“He’s not a good guy in the dressing room” – Arsenal legend Brady aims to keep Ozil away from Gunners pitchers

The former German international has not played for the Gunners since March, as his stay in north London is coming to an end.

The arsenal legend, Liam Brady, took Mesut Ozil, claiming that the former German international “is not a good guy in the dressing room”, as well as “he is not a good guy on the field”.

Ozil does not seem to have a future at Arsenal, as he has not played for the club since March and is not part of the team of coach Mikel Arteta in the Premier League.

The relationship is disappointing for all those interested in the club, because Ozil is one of the most gifted players in the game when he plays.

With Gunners fighting for form, a lot of attention was focused on Arteta and his way of managing the team.

Arsenal have shouted for the kind of creativity that Ozil can produce, but Brady believes the coach was right to drift.

“I don’t blame Arteta for Ozil,” said Brady, who won the FA Cup with Arsenal in 1979, made 307 appearances for the club and was named the eighth largest player in their history. Keys and Gray podcasts. “It gave Ozil a lot of chances and he evolved for a few months.

“Ozil has just returned to the guy.

“He ‘s not a good guy in the dressing room; he’ s not a good guy on the field.

“I have no problem with Mikel bombing him.”

Arteta said in a press conference on Thursday that there will be departures from the club in January.

Ozil’s close friend Sead Kolasinac has already left the club, joining the Bundesliga team’s loan, Schalke, and there may be other departures.

Whether Ozil is heading for new pastures in January will probably depend on whether the player can be persuaded to take a pay cut.

He signed an agreement worth £ 350,000 a week in January 2018 and runs through the summer of 2021.

If Ozil can’t be persuaded to move on in January, he will almost certainly leave Emirates Stadium with a free transfer in the summer.

Arteta will hope that the focus will be on the shape of his team in the second half of the season. They closed 2020 with back-to-back victories over Chelsea and Brighton and started 2021 with a trip to West Brom.