Former Arsenal defender William Gallas is certain that the club will sell controversial midfielder Mesut Ozil in the summer if he fails to adapt to the style under new manager Unai Emery.
William Gallas talked about the Ozil Conundrum at Arsenal in an interview with The Sun.
The ex-French international utility player featured for Arsenal for four years between 2006 and 2010 and also went on to captain the team.
According to him, Arsenal manager Unai Emery has tried to get a reaction from Mesut Ozil on the pitch but the German World Cup winner has not responded to the Spaniard.
Ozil, 30, has been dropped from the Arsenal Matchday squad on six occasions.
When asked about the decision to drop Ozil on each occasion, club manager Unai Emery has always maintained that it was for footballing reasons.
Mesut Ozil has scored three goals and provided a solitary assist for the Gunners in 13 Premier League appearances this term.
The former Real Madrid and Schalke 04 playmaker is the Gunners’ highest earner following the three-year contract that he signed almost a year ago.
Mesut Ozil is on a salary worth £350,000 on a weekly basis.
Arsenal will find it hard to move him on as a result of his huge wages.