- Mesut Ozil could be handed his second start in as many games when Arsenal take on Wolves
- Unai Emery has given a massive hint about the midfielder's availability for the clash at the Emirates
- The 31-year-old played his third game of the season in the Gunners' penalty loss to Liverpool in the Carabao Cup
Mesut Ozil could keep his place in Arsenal’s starting XI when they welcome Wolves to the Emirates, according to Unai Emery.
The German midfielder made his third appearance for the Gunners in their 5-4 penalty loss to Liverpool in the Carabao Cup in midweek.
And Emery is now being pressured to start the 31-year-old in the weekend's clash against Nuno Espirito Santo's side.
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"He is in the squad and I think he has the possibility to play" said Emery.
"I spoke with him on Tuesday. I said to him every time what is my plan with him. When he’s available, when he’s training well, when he’s consistent, when he’s positive he can help us a lot.
"Now I am seeing him positive and consistent. On Wednesday with his performance in Liverpool, I think this is the way we want.
"Also I am helping him, supporting him, demanding him. This is the Mesut I think everybody wants."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Jose Mourinho is looking to become the first manager to win trophies with three Premier League clubs as he is reportedly linked to Arsenal.
The Gunners are currently struggling under Unai Emery and could look towards the direction of Mourinho who is still without a job since last December.
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