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Ozil an uncertainty for Huddersfield diversion


Mesut Ozil is a noteworthy uncertainty for Arsenal's Premier League diversion against Huddersfield in light of sickness. 

Ozil was sent home by the Arsenal group specialists in front of Sunday's 1-0 win at Burnley, and Gunners' director Arsene Wenger concedes the German World Cup champ may battle to make Wednesday's match at the Emirates Stadium. 

The 29-year-old is in the last year of his agreement at the Emirates Stadium and needs to yet to concur new terms. 

"I haven't seen him," Wenger said. 

"The specialist came to see me and said he needed to go back home, he was in the lodging with us. He went up with us, at that point went back. 

"We brought [Ainsley] Maitland-Niles up, who touched base at 1pm on the grounds that we had just 17 players. 

"Will Ozil be accessible for Wednesday? Surely he will be short. We will perceive what it is precisely." 

Alex Iwobi supplanted Ozil in Wenger's beginning XI at Turf Moor, with Jack Wilshere at that point falling off the seat to supplant the Nigerian halfway during that time half. 

Wilshere communicated dissatisfaction at his absence of first-group activity following Thursday's 1-0 Europa League thrashing to Cologne at the RheinEnergie Stadion, and indicated his future may lie far from Emirates Stadium. 

Be that as it may, Wenger was loaded with laud for the 25-year-old after his 23-minute cameo against Sean Dyche's side. 

"I feel he did okay when he went ahead on the grounds that he had that little burst to be hazardous," Wenger proceeded. 

"I think he is engaged, decided and that is the thing that we need from him. We play such a significant number of diversions that he is getting up and more grounded in each amusement."

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