- Mesut Ozil expressed his feeling on Twitter following Arsenal's defeat at Everton
- The World Cup winner has been left out of Arsenal squad this season by Mikel Arteta
- Arteta has now come under immense pressure to recall the German in January
Mesut Ozil was equally not happy with the way things have been going at the Emirates despite being frozen out of Arsenal's squad by Mikel Arteta. Mirror reports.
The German midfielder posted a broken heart and a crying face emoji on his official Twitter handle following the defeat at Goodison Park.
The 31-year-old is yet to play a match for the Gunners this season as he was left out of their Premier League and Europa League campaigns until January.
Arteta's side lacked creativity and the Spanish boss seems to be regretting dropping the World Cup winner after recording just one win in their last ten games in the Premier League.
Arsenal are now 15th on the league standings, four points off the relegation zone and Arteta is now under pressure to bring back Ozil into his squad in January.
However, Liverpool legend Graeme Souness has advised Arteta against bringing back the German star back into the fold.
"Do they bring him back? It takes some real man management to comeback. This is a guy who's involved in his very first job in management.
"This would be a difficult job for an experienced manager. He's got it all on to try and manage that and come out of it with his face.
"I'm not sure. The player coming back on his terms is never good. I think it diminishes his [Arteta's] credibility with some of the players in the dressing room.
"They could use that against him. I think what's more important is that they get some of the men, if he's got any men - and I'm saying men in football terms who stand up and take responsibility, not be pointing fingers - looking at themselves first and foremost.
"I'm looking at that group and I'm not sure if there's too many of them."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Mikel Arteta's issue with Mesut Ozil is because the German midfielder can not play on the wings, Mirror claim.
The Gunners boss did not include the 31-year-old in Arsenal's Premier League campaign and the Europa League squad until January and he defended his decision to do so.
The north London club have been struggling this season, managing only one win in their last ten Premier League matches, leaving them 15th on the log.
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