9am Arsenal news: Nani consoles ex-teammate, Mesut Ozil reveals Spanish secret, Danny Welbeck horror injury

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MESUT OZIL has hinted he could spend the rest of his career at Arsenal.


Thursday January 01, 1970

Catch up on that and all the latest big Gunners news now, including the future of David Ospina.


Thursday January 01, 1970

Mesut Ozil has revealed he may spend the rest of his career at Arsenal
Mesut Ozil has revealed he may spend the rest of his career at Arsenal
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SINGING SERGIO

MESUT OZIL has revealed Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos’ secret talent – singing.

The Arsenal star spent three years with the Spaniard during his time at Santiago Bernabeu.

GET WEL SOON

NANI was on hand to console his former Manchester United team-mate Danny Welbeck as the England star received treatment on the pitch.


Thursday January 01, 1970

The Arsenal striker suffered a horror ankle injury as the Gunners were held to a goalless draw by Sporting Lisbon.

WEL SHOCK

DANNY WELBECK was rushed to hospital after sickening ankle injury suffered in Sporting Lisbon draw.

The Gunners striker landed awkwardly following a header midway through the first half in the Europa League tie.

TITLE SOON?

ARSENAL will not win the Premier League trophy this season, but have a chance next year – that is according to club legend Ray Parlour.

The Gunners have enjoyed a brilliant start to the campaign following the arrival of Unai Emery, currently on a 15-game unbeaten run.

JUAN TO WATCH

ARSENAL are interested in Juan Mata as Manchester United stall on a new deal for the Spaniard.

The former Chelsea midfielder netted the equaliser against Juventus on Wednesday, sparking a comeback from the Red Devils.

YA GUNNERS YA

MESUT OZIL has declared he could end his career at Arsenal – and could carry on playing until the age of 38.

The World Cup winner has impressed this season under Unai Emery, flourishing under the Spaniard with the Gunners chasing a top four place.

GUNNER LEAVE

ARSENAL are ready to sell David Ospina to Napoli despite the Colombian’s impressive loan spell with the Italian club.

Ospina, 30, does not figure in Unai Emery’s Emirates plans following the signing of £22.5million Bernd Leno this summer.

GUNNER SIGN

ARSENAL have scouted Brazilian wonderkid Ramires six times as Unai Emery eyes a January move.

The 18-year-old, who takes his name from his fellow countryman and former Chelsea star, has netted nine times for Bahia this season with Atletico Madrid also interested.

REISS RETURN

UNAI EMERY has hinted that he could recall Reiss Nelson from his loan spell at Hoffenheim in January.

The 18-year-old has netted five times in Germany – with hints that he could return early and dive straight into the first-team.

MEHDI AND WAITING

ARSENAL will battle Manchester United for Juventus’ £13m-rated defender Mehdi Benatia.

The Moroccan centre-back is expected to leave Turin with the likes of Giorgio Chiellini, Leonardo Bonucci and Andrea Barzagli preferred.


NO MES-ING

MESUT OZIL has hit back at his critics, saying that he doesn’t care for their comments.

The German has come under fire recently for his performances for club and country – but revealed that he only listens to his manager and team-mates.

NEXT BIG ST-EPE

ARSENAL target Nicolas Pepe has hinted he is ready to leave Lille — sparking a potential Gunners move for the winger.

The Ivorian, 23, has been tipped to join the Unai Emery revolution, but it could cost as much as £44million.

NACH-O-NO

NACHO MONREAL will sit out of Arsenal’s Europa League test against Sporting Lisbonafter failing to return to fitness.

The Spanish defender has been suffering injuries for the past month but is back in training.

WEL IN DEMAND

SPURS are seen as the latest club to join the race for Danny Welbeck – according to the bookies.

The England international has struggled for game time at Arsenal  – but local rivals Tottenham could join Crystal Palace and Wolves among his interested parties.

GOT TO DECIDE

ALIKO DANGOTE has told Stan Kroenke he will buy another club if he refuses to sell Arsenal.

Dangote, who is Africa’s richest man with an estimated fortune of£8.5billion, has never hidden his desire to take over the North London outfit one day.