"They have the same holidays".
Emery is now also deciding which of these players will remain with his first-team squad and who would benefit from a season on loan.
Ozil is the most high-profile Arsenal player who is enjoying a post-World Cup break, with Emery having a majority of his players already available.
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The France worldwide quickly rose to prominence and helped Juve win four Serie A titles as well as the Coppa Italia on two occasions.
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Overall, it's not a surprise Belgium is favored, as it has looked like the better team in this tournament and has more talent. Petersburg, Sochi, Kazan, Saransk, Kaliningrad, Volgograd, Rostov-on-Don, Nizhny Novgorod, Yekaterinburg and Samara.
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The soccer teammates had become trapped in the cave June 23 and were finally extracted by experienced divers over three days. Jessada said the boys were under the close watch of psychiatrists and psychologists when informed of the news about Saman.
The Gabon worldwide believes that some tactical tinkering from the ex-Paris Saint-Germain boss has already started to pay off, and on a personal level he hopes to continue his goalscoring form into the new campaign.
"We signed the players who we needed and only if one player is a big opportunity for us will we sign them".
"I think last year was a hard year for all, not only for Mesut, [for] all the players, I want to give them confidence, to give them a chance every day in [training]". I know Iwobi, Elneny and Mesut Ozil. "He's coming with us to Singapore the first day". "And Steve, first, as a person is very good, and he was a player here also", Emery said. And I want him to relax good, and I want when he comes back with us, to start good with a good mentality.
Iwobi had been on holidays after his World Cup exertions and is now due to return to club duties ahead of the Gunners' departure on Sunday for Asia for the tour. Perez and Jenkinson did feature in the 8-0 win against Borehamwood, as did many younger players including Reiss Nelson, Ainsley-Maitland-Niles, Jeff Reine-Adelaide, Eddie Nketiah, Emile Smith-Rowe, Jordi Osei-Tutu and Joe Willock.