As reported by James Cambridge of the Daily Express, rumours arose the player's wish was to join the Reds, and he supposedly decided against an Arsenal transfer as he wasn't all that interested in the club.
Arsenal were the subject of severe criticism from pundits and former players after they were hammered 4-0 by Liverpool in their last game. He's strong mentally, and will hopefully back to his best soon. "There was a lot going on, it's very hard for me to speak about it because the most important thing for us now is to focus on the next game".
"Many things happen in the last second which I regret".
Several Premier League managers had previously voiced their support for the close-season window to be shut before the start of the league campaign in August.
"The players have no clarity". Are they in or out? You get exhausted of telling yourself, "I'm going to pick myself back up again" after another defeat.
It is only five weeks since Arsene Wenger suggested, rather strangely it seemed at the time, that Alexis Sanchez entering the final year of his contract was "an ideal situation" for Arsenal. "You can't have players in the dressing room who are half in and half out".
Ozil, who shone for Germany with a goal and an assist in their 6-0 thrashing of Norway during the global break, will have a chance to do his talking on the pitch when Arsenal welcome Bournemouth to the Emirates Stadium on Saturday.
It was reported Arsenal agreed a fee with Manchester City for Sanchez to leave but that the deal collapsed because the Gunners were unable to complete the signing of Monaco winger Thomas Lemar in time.
Arsenal host Bournemouth at the Emirates stadium on September 9 as they look to return to winning ways. 'The thing with Wenger is he is someone who can see talent in young players, if you look at players he made shine it's awesome.
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"One, all the players expect higher wages because they anticipate inflation". The team's hopes of achieving their targets effectively rest on the shoulders of a player who doesn't want to be at the club.