Iwobi Admits Losing Ozil And Alexis Would Be A 'Huge Setback'

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The pair's names have never been far from the headlines in recent months after they both entered into the final 12 months of their contracts at The Emirates.

Iwobi, who is learning from both, hopes they remain at the Emirates for seasons to come, but that soon could be tested with Manchester United reportedly interested in acquiring the services of Ozil as early as January.

Speaking to the Sun, Iwobi said: "When they are fit they are unstoppable. They are both capable of changing a game or a season", he told the British media.

'They have a big decision to make.

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Arsenal is famous for finishing in the top 4 but not taking home as much hardware as they would wish to have.

Nigeria global Iwobi added: 'It will be great for them to stay. "I've learned a lot from them", he added.

He added, "Just the opportunity to even train with them has been wonderful. They are two top-class players with great experience having played at the top level", the former England youth worldwide stressed.

"This is my personal opinion, I think Ozil is a luxury player", he said on Sky Sports News.

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Ozil was born in Germany and of course is a German global, but has Turkish heritage - Yazici is being dubbed the next "Ozil" and, according to Turkish news outlet Fanatik, Arsenal are showing a keen interest in the youngster, with some reports going as far as to state the Gunners have already tabled a bid in the region of £14 million. Alexis made it clear that he wanted to leave and Arsenal had plenty of time to find a replacement.

While Sanchez continues to be heavily linked with a move to City, Ozil is now being linked with their Manchester rivals United.

"I think in the modern-day Premier League you need work-rate, you need pace".

And some Gunners reckon another German, Schalke's Leon Goretzka, is the flawless candidate to fill the void Ozil will leave if he doesn't commit his future to the club. "Maybe Wenger is now trying to do the best deal he can to get some compensation for him".

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