Unai Emery has told Mesut Ozil that he is entering a new phase in his career and, ahead of his 30th birthday next month, challenged the German playmaker to "do more" and raise his performances.
Arsenal were without a number of key players for the 3-2 victory over Cardiff City two weeks ago and now, the club has provided an update on the fitness situation.
"I am very happy with him because he is 32 years old but I think physically, with his performances with us in matches, he is playing with a very good level".
Ozil's retirement from global football came after he made claims of racism from the German football association.
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"For me, it is a new moment", said Emery.
Salomon Rondon and DeAndre Yedlin could be rested after returning late from worldwide duty, with midfielders Matt Ritchie and Jonjo Shelvey expected to return to training following their injury problems.
Torreira picked up a minor calf issue while away with Uruguay last week but he's trained fully since returning to Arsenal and is available for selection so I wouldn't be surprised to see him start against Newcastle this weekend.
There have been calls for Stephan Lichtsteiner to come in at right-back but I think Hector Bellerin will keep his place and he should once again line-up alongside Nacho Monreal, Shkodran Mustafi and Sokratis in the back four. He is very convinced about that in my conversations with him about it.