Mesut Ozil has been difficult as of late with his disappearing act in big matches and his desire for a large contract he doesn’t really deserve. Plus, his latest comments regarding the future of his career in North London and Arsene Wenger really make him one to replace for the future.
The German has been in fine goalscoring form for the first time in his career, but his assists are few and far between.
A star in the making with nowhere to play. The riches of the Real Madrid midfield prevent Asensio from getting regular minutes. Plus, he's already more a big game player than Ozil. Source: Twitter
We've all witnessed the brilliance of the Atleti man in La Liga and the Champions League. A move to the Emirates would be pricey, but maybe more trophies would be on the horizon. Source: Twitter
A magician with the ball at his feet and itching to move to top level football. He's even expressed his interest in the Gunners. Source: Twitter
A free-kick god, to say the least. The Turkish international is young, tricky, and needs to be playing for a better club. Source: Twitter
Part of the fairytale in Leipzig, Forsberg has been clutch for this season. At 25, he hasn't hit his footballing prime. Wenger, find a deal. Source: Twitter
Young with huge potential, the usual Wenger buy (*cough, Theo Walcott, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Nicklas Bendtner, cough*). But maybe things could be different? Source: Twitter
The soap opera of James leaves him at the Santiago Bernabeu once again. If the tale takes a turn, maybe North London is a possible destination? Source: Twitter
Getting his salary off the books could prove to be beneficial to the club allowing for other players to come in and allow the club to give a massive increase to the salary of the GOAT, Olivier Giroud.
Hopefully, Wenger and the Gunners can see the importance of Giroud and are willing to part with Mesut Ozil in order to get a baller to assist the Frenchman.