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Arsenal evening headlines as Gnabry makes Wenger claim and Henry gives verdict on Ozil situation

Good evening, Arsenal fans. Here are your evening headlines for Saturday, November 7.

Gnabry makes surprise claim about Wenger

Serge Gnabry believes his former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger would be an ideal candidate to manage Bayern Munich.

The French coach has not returned to management since leaving north London in 2018, and has instead taken up a role as FIFA’s Chief of Global Football Development.

It was reported Wenger turned down the chance to manage Bayern last year, but Gnabry is convinced he’d have been successful.

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“Do I think he [Wenger] could have success? For sure. He’s proven that he’s been a fantastic manager to lead a club,” Gnabry said, as reported by Mirror Football.

“I would say the difference [between Wenger and Flick] for myself, being an older player, it’s probably easier to communicate with the coach.

“When you just come in and you’re very young, sometimes you are maybe a little bit shy but football-wise they’re both on a very, very high level.”

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Henry tells Arteta what to do with Ozil

Thierry Henry has praised Mikel Arteta and the job he is doing at Arsenal but has warned the situation with Mesut Ozil must be resolved.

The German star has been omitted from the Gunners’ Premier League and Europa League squads and has not been part played since March.

Arteta has tried to calm the situation, citing football reasons for his absence. Yet Henry believes it is vital Arteta rectifies it before progress is made.

“First and foremost, you can see an identity, a togetherness,” Henry told Luis Miguel Echegaray on the CBS Sports podcast Que Golazo.

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