The last time Özil featured in a matchday squad for Arsenal was on 25 June against Southampton. It's doubtful whether he's even been to the Emirates Stadium very much since then
Arsene Wenger comes out in support of Mesut Ozil's Fenerbahce move, hails Arsenal outcast as 'genius'
The former Arsenal boss signed the German playmaker in 2013 but the relationship has turned sour under current manager Mikel Arteta.
Premier League: Arsenal and Manchester United clashes no longer title deciders, says Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Fireworks are unlikely on Sunday at least off the pitch as 15th-placed United host Arsenal, who are two points better off than their opponents having played a game more.
"I was drugged for 36 years and you can't rid yourself of it overnight," said Wenger. "It is not easy but there came a point where I had to reason with myself. Have I not already had one fight too many?"
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says 'smaller clubs will die' without urgent action to safeguard lower leagues
The controversial "Project Big Picture" plan put forward by Liverpool and Manchester United has been branded a power grab for attempting to change voting structures in the Premier League in favour of the "big six" clubs, also including Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham.
Football means something to the players whether fans are there or not. That has always been true, of course. To some extent, it is perhaps not especially revelatory. But only now, in these weeks of quiet and still in the stadiums, has it been brought into sharp focus.
Premier League: Liverpool will become everyone’s primary target now, says former Arsenal ‘Invincible’ Gilberto Silva
Former Arsenal defender Gilberto Silva says he knows what it's like to be a dominant side in the Premier League, and like Arsene Wenger's 'Invincibles' Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool will now become a target for other clubs.
Society could learn a valuable lesson from football in the ongoing struggle against racial discrimination, says former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.
Staging football matches without spectators must only be a short-term fix during the COVID-19 pandemic as the prolonged absence of fans could damage the game, former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has said.
Premier League: From Pep Guardiola's record-breaking City to Arsene Wenger's Invincibles, five earliest title wins
On the 19th anniversary of Manchester United's landmark Premier League win, we at Firstpost take a look at the earliest title wins in Premier League history
FIFA president Gianni Infantino says he's open to changes in offside law to make VAR decision easier
FIFA president Gianni Infantino says he is open to changes to the offside law to help address problems that have arisen since the introduction of VAR video reviews.
Arsene Wenger to suggest change to offside rule in IFAB meeting, hopes move will reduce controversial VAR decisions
FIFA’s head of global development Arsene Wenger will attempt to make a major change to the offside law which could end a run of contentious decisions in the game since the introduction of VAR
Premier League: Arsenal appoint former player Mikel Arteta as new manager; Spaniard hopeful of turnaround in club's fortunes
New Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta said he was confident he would have the London club challenging for top honours again and asked for patience after being appointed head coach on a three-and-a-half year contract on Friday.
Premier League: Mikel Arteta will need to surround himself with supportive figures at Arsenal, says Arsene Wenger
Arteta, who played for Arsenal from 2011-16, has been assistant to Pep Guardiola at City since leaving the north London club. Returning to Arsenal in the top job would be a big step up for the 37-year-old Spaniard
Premier League: Unai Emery is second in long line of victims to toxic discourse fermented by Arsenal Fan TV
Arsenal Fan TV has exclusively become the mouthpiece for knee-jerk reactions of match-going fans who demand their penny’s worth with little or no consideration for objectivity
For fans, by fans, against the club: Why AFTV's successes are intrinsically linked to Arsenal's failures
The story of Arsenal Fan TV — since rebranded as AFTV, reportedly after a polite request from the club not to infringe its copyright — begins, strictly speaking, in 2012
Premier League: Pep Guardiola talks up Mikel Arteta's potential as manager but adds he won't leave Manchester City this season
Former Arsenal captain Arteta, who joined Guardiola’s staff three years ago, was also backed for the job by Arsene Wenger before the long-serving Frenchman left the club
When any elite club in England starts to struggle, thoughts inexorably drift to Jose Mourinho, to the Special One, to a love that conquers all, an addiction that cannot be beaten.
Arsene Wenger accepted FIFA’s offer more than two months after it was first reported, and one week after talks with Bayern Munich about the German champion’s vacant head coach job
Bundesliga: Arsene Wenger denies claim of being turned down for Bayern Munich coach, says his ‘name came out of nowehere’
Arsene Wenger has contradicted a claim by Bayern Munich that they turned him down for the vacant head coach's job and accused the defending German champions of a lack of discretion.