The 25 year old did not feature for Germany during the international break due to injury, but is fit and ready for the visit of the defending champions.
The German international has one of the biggest followings in football with almost 26 million likes and is very active in communicating with his fans. He posted a lengthy message on the social networking site explaining how he’s hoping to continue his unbeaten home record against Man City this weekend.
The play-maker welcomed Danny Welbeck to the squad and hopes Theo will be back with the team soon, while he goes on to explain that in order for us to maintain a winning streak we have to get the running and passing lines of the new players as perfectly coherent as possible.
The German has struggled to produce his best form at the Emirates Stadium, leading to criticism from fans. He takes some stick at times and some people have often accused him of not caring about the team due to his laid-back manner on the pitch, but he’s actually one of the most vocal players in the squad about the importance of the club.
The signing of Danny Welbeck and Alexis Sanchez will bring the best out of Ozil, as the duo are quick and intelligent enough to provide runs through the back four and therefore provide the German with what he needs to be brilliant in the number 10 role. Hopefully he will get back to his best form this season with a wealth of pace available up front.