Emery ready to get best out of Ozil at Arsenal

Marcus Newton
July 18, 2018

Arsenal made their best signing of the transfer window when they appointed Spaniard Unai Emery as their new manager, the Premier League club's former winger Robert Pires has said.

Arsenal chose a former Sevilla and Paris St-Germain boss Emery to succeed long-serving manager Arsene Wenger in May.

The 46-year-old quickly got to work on improving his squad ahead of the 2018/19 campaign, with the Gunners' defence in dire need of reinforcements.

"The best signing for me is Unai Emery, the manager". "But for me, it's the same with the one player and the 25 players".

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Uruguay global Lucas Torreira and teenager Matteo Guendouzi became Arsenal's latest arrivals last week, while long-serving midfielder Jack Wilshere left the club earlier this month to join league rivals West Ham United. He won in France. And I want him to relax good, and I want when he comes back with us, to start good with a good mentality.

"I explained to him my opinion and how I wanted to create the team, and I couldn't say for sure to him he was going to be in the 11 players".

The Frenchman told Goal: 'I met Stephan and I think this is a good player for Arsenal.

Seville newspaper Estadio Deportivo says that Steven N'Zonzi received a message from Arsenal's manager Unai Emery congratulating him on the winning of the World Cup since he is French and was among those that played the final in Russian Federation on Saturday. He's since signed a three-year extension, however, and is now Arsenal's highest earner with £350,000-a-week wages.

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