After a slow start to life in North London, the Arsenal fans in the Transfer Tavern are now fully in love with Mesut Ozil.
The German playmaker has established himself as the club’s best player and perhaps even the best No.10 in the Premier League.
He was just one off equalling Thierry Henry’s record of 20 assists in a single season last time and is proving a player worthy of the £42m the Gunners shelled out for him in 2013.
However, has the World Cup winner been usurped as the pass master?
Since the start of 2016, the 27-year-old has laid on just three goals for his teammates.
In contrast, the emerging Alex Iwobi has provided FIVE assists over the same period, particularly impressing against Hull City last weekend.
Due to the fact the North London giants’ fluid frontline allows Arsene Wenger to field both, these are good times for the Arsenal fans propping up the bar.
Though Iwobi has some way to go, the early signs are promising to say the least.
How far can Iwobi go in the game? Let us know below…
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