Arsenal's Emery evasive over Ozil's future


LONDON (Reuters) - Arsenal manager Unai Emery did little to quell suspicion that he might be prepared to sell midfielder Mesut Ozil, repeatedly refusing to say on Wednesday that he wants to hold on to the German playmaker.

Ozil, who joined the Gunners from Real Madrid in 2013 for a then-record 42 million pounds, has been left out of the side regularly in the last two months, at first due to a back sprain and then - according to Emery - because of the physicality of some opponents.

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