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Unai Emery has insisted that the onus is on Mesut Ozil to get back into the Arsenal team after being dropped from the first-team (via Arsenal.com).
With just one Premier League appearance to his name this calendar year, it feels like an awfully long time since we’ve seen Mesut Ozil in action for Arsenal.
The German has been the subject of a reported falling-out with head coach Unai Emery.
The pair’s relationship is the subject of major interest and today, Unai Emery was asked what Ozil has to do to get back into the starting lineup.
“Mostly, the key is his hand,” Emery said in his pre-match press conference.
“He is working very well this week and I ask him in our conversations to be consistent, to be available for us training, when you can train with quality and consistency, it can help us with the best performance after in the games.
“Now, this week is good for all the players, because we are in a big, important moment for the season and I look at him doing the training like we want. I know he wants, but we need to be consistent and available in training and the matches without the injuries and without being sick.
“Like that, we can find and see the best Mesut with us.”
It’s an interesting series of quotes from Unai Emery. It feels as if the Gunners’ head coach has put it on Mesut Ozil’s shoulders to step up and make himself fit on a consistent basis before working him back into the team. Ozil does miss a lot of matches with illness but if he wants to play for Emery, that will have to change.