Jack Wilshere has dismissed Jamie Redknapp's claims that his Arsenal career is over
Ozil himself wore the number 10 shirt back during his Real Madrid days but was given the number 11 for Arsenal.
The madness of transfer deadline day is over and the dust has finally settled. The past has shown us that late signings don't usually blossom into good deals, but these three Premier League giants will be well pleased with their deadline day business.
In one of the most shocking deals on deadline day, Arsenal fan favourite Jack Wilshere joined domestic rivals AFC Bournemouth on loan. While many fans were sad to see him go, some of them immediately demanded that his Gunners shirt be handed to German midfielder Mesut Ozil.
Arsenal fan favourite Jack Wilshere moved to AFC Bournemouth on a loan deal on deadline day, despite interest from Italian Serie A side AS Roma.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is finally making his loan move, and it is not the much fancied clubs AS Roma or AC Milan but England's Bournemouth.
Arsenal have finally secured some much needed reinforcements in defence and attack, but an area where they have a surplus of talent is the midfield. The club are now preparing to send Jack Wilshere out on loan, with Serie A champions Juventus believed to be favourites to land him.
The young midfielder is one of the most highly rated talents in the Arsenal squad, but his off pitch antics have made things difficult for him at the Emirates and a disappointed Arsene Wenger is reportedly stalling negotiations over a new contract.
Eric Dier and Danny Drinkwater have broken into the England senior squad after playing a key role in the great seasons of Tottenham Hotspur and Leicester City respectively.
After suffering a morale shattering 3-2 loss against Manchester United at Old Trafford, the Gunners welcome Swansea City to the Emirates in a crucial mid-week tie. The injury crisis appears to be all but over for Arsene Wenger and he has a strong squad to choose from.