'I always do what is best for him!': Arsene Wenger

by Steven Clarke November 29, 2017, 0:29
'I always do what is best for him!': Arsene Wenger

"In my head, they are here until the end of the season. Unless something unbelievable happens there's no reason why that should change".

Arsenal host Huddersfield on Wednesday, with Ozil likely to be missing because of the illness that ruled him out at Turf Moor but Wenger believes the influential pair will not be sold in January - even though they could then walk away from the club for free six months later.

He concluded: 'They stay, that's what I decided at the start of the season.

The result meant Arsene Wenger's men leapfrogged north London rivals Tottenham into fourth place after their 1-1 draw at home to West Brom on Saturday.

The game at Turf Moor was a repeat of last season's meeting between the two sides at the Emirates Stadium where the Gunners needed an 98th-minute petulantly from Sanchez to steal the three points.

"If I think it's in his best interest to stay here, I will fight 100 per cent for that". "For me, when you have a top-quality player, you want him to be at Arsenal Football Club". That's impossible to answer'. They have a part to play in that as well.

The manager had some good news regarding the fitness of Mesut Ozil as the playmaker is set to return to training today and could be back in contention tomorrow night.

"It's a massive game".

After years of disruption and injury problems, Jack Wilshere is finally back fully fit and playing well in an Arsenal shirt.

"It wouldn't make sense to him or his agents or his team for him to sign now, simply because he's gone this far".

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