Ozil rejected a pay cut because he wasn't sure how Arsenal would use the money. Let's keep blaming him.
Both Divock Origi and Raheem Sterling are on this list, which is blowing our minds.
The Arsenal transfer warchest isn't well stocked by all accounts, meaning initial exits are necessary.
Mesut Ozil is in Turkey and Matteo Guendouzi is one. Neither will be in Arsenal's cup final squad.
Mikel Arteta reportedly wants to sell him this summer, if the right buyer can be found.
"He's a really shy boy, that has enormous talent, but he's surrounded by a lot of mess."
Not everyone on this list will leave this summer. But for a variety of reasons, they would not be missed.
Arteta doesn't suffer fools gladly, and Wright believes Ozil has got to go...
Redknapp claims Arteta must "throw money" at the Arsenal defence, and solve three further problems.
David de Gea was the inspiration but he is not the only player to take a step back over a couple of years.
The mistakes were back for Arsenal against Aston Villa, so were the gaps and the chances given up...
Ozil is eyeing a ‘sporty comeback’ but Arteta's comments don't sound too promising for the 31-year-old.
“If you are willing and if you are consistent and you really want to do it there is always a way back.”
Poor Jesse Lingard. Less poor Mesut Ozil. Some big-name players are twiddling their thumbs.
Mesut Ozil, who signed a new deal in 2018, has not played a minute of football for Arsenal since the resumption.
Liverpool 'fear' that Jordan Henderson might be a bit knacked. Weston McKennie could fill the gap.
Mikel Arteta has kindly explained what every Arsenal player must do "if they want on the boat".
Ozil has not played a minute of football since it resumed.
Mesut Ozil's £350,000-a-week wages never come into Mikel Arteta's thinking, he claims.
"He can’t play in this Arsenal team, here’s why: he’s not going to change his game now in his 30s."
Mikel Arteta has got a real job on his hands to rebuild Arsenal. These five would be a good start...
Mesut Ozil's refusal to leave Arsenal in the summer transfer window could reportedly have major implications.
Mikel Arteta says Mesut Ozil needs "a little bit of time" before he can play for Arsenal again this season.
Mikel Arteta was very reluctant to discuss leaving Mesut Ozil out of a 20-man squad.
Unai Emery held individual chats with every Arsenal player after the Europa League final. *Almost* every player.
A few of these transfer records could be broken this summer. England and Germany for a start.
Mesut Ozil has about a year left on a contract that Arsenal are obviously reluctant to extend.
Whether or not you agree with Mesut Ozil is immaterial. But it's safe to say Arsenal deserve no sympathy.
Mesut Ozil is reportedly ready to take a higher pay cut than his Arsenal team-mates on one condition.
Is there anything stopping Arsenal putting Ozil on furlough? And have Sky used that scheme before criticising him?
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