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Mikel Arteta admits Arsenal have 'so many things' to sort out this summer after disastrous season... but is 'hopeful' days of paying players like Mesut Ozil to leave are over and insists they will NOT have to sell before buying

Mikel Arteta has admitted that huge changes are likely to happen at Arsenal this summer following their underwhelming campaign across all competitions this season. The Gunners look set to head into next season without European football for the first time in 25 years, sitting ninth in the Premier League table and having suffered a Europa League semi-final exit at the hands of Villarreal last week.

Watch: Ex-Arsenal star Mesut Ozil lays on outrageous first-time assist

There have been few more divisive figures to have played for Arsenal in recent years, but there has never been any doubt about the talent Mesut Ozil possesses. He was a marquee summer signing when he arrived at the Emirates back in 2013 and went on to play 254 times for the Gunners, scoring 44 goals and assisting 77 more.
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Mesut Ozil trolls Tottenham over Carabao Cup final loss to Man City

Former Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil’s allegiance to the north London club was on full display on Sunday as he reacted to Tottenham’s defeat in the Carabao Cup final.Spurs were beaten 1-0 at Wembley earlier in the day as Manchester City lifted the trophy for a fourth straight season. As a result, Tottenham’s 13-year wait for a trophy continued.A late Aymeric Laporte header ended the stubborn resistance of Ryan Mason’s side, as the former Spurs midfielder took charge of just his second game since Jose Mourinho’s sacking last week.And Ozil, who joined Arsenal in 2013 and won three FA Cups with...

Current players, ex-professionals and managers give their reactions to the rebel European Super League, with Bruno Fernandes, Mesut Ozil and Chris Sutton critical of the project

Fans and pundits are among the vast majority of the football world to speak out against the proposed European Super League, plans for which were announced on Sunday. The project for the breakaway competition is widely seen as a cynical money and power grab by the 'Big Six' of English football to line their wallets at a time of severe economic hardship.

European Super League: Mesut Ozil, Bruno Fernandes, other soccer stars call out breakaway competition

Sunday's announcement of a breakaway Super League with 12 founding European clubs has sent shockwaves through the soccer world. Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Real Madrid, AC Milan, Inter Milan and Juventus are the clubs in question and their participation already has the Premier League, La Liga and Serie A scrambling to react.