Arsene Wenger rejects Mesut Ozil to Manchester United speculation


Arsenal won away from home in the Europa League on Thursday night, while Everton lost at Goodison Park, and neither of those things changed on Sunday. While the Toffees are undoubtedly on a run of bad form. The two of them were sharp physically, very mobile and if you have their individual quality, that makes them unsafe against any defender. See the front 3 against Watford compared to what we played at Merseyside.

"We created chances, that's never what we lacked, we just lacked the execution in all those away games".

"He was superb", said Wenger, "Agile, quick, intelligent. Always at the service of the team with his quality of his passing and when he is at that level, he is an exceptional football player".

Rumours earlier surfaced of the 29-year-old's apparent desire to leave for Old Trafford in January with his contract set to expire at the end of the season. Chilean talisman Alexis was close to joining Manchester City on transfer deadline day and Goal understands that the 28-year-old has no interest in signing a new deal, but all the signs from Ozil and his representatives continue to suggest that his priority is to extend his stay in north London.

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"I would say [he is back to his best]", Wenger told Sky Sports after his side secured a first away win of the league season.

"I know he can be temperamental and is prone to sulk but he is not the first player to behave in this way and he certainly won't be the last". "That was a goal with great quality and conviction, he headed it with conviction and I've questioned that".

"The way Mesut played, created chances and got the goal was crucial".

"If you put players into categories, I would put him in the with Mkhitaryan and Mata, so you already have two players like this".