Ozil was left out of Arsenal's squad last weekend in the English Premier League, and is set to miss the rest of the season because of the injury.
It's been a hard season for Arsenal, with the sixth-placed club destined to finish the season without a trophy and also set to miss out on UEFA Champions League football for a second consecutive season.
Speaking ahead of Wednesday's trip to Leicester in his penultimate pre-match news conference as Arsenal boss, Wenger was asked if he had been contacted about managerial opportunities for next season. It's been 22 years since he first stepped foot in the Arsenal dugout.
Despite getting a vote of confidence from the club's board, the Foxes were jeered off the pitch following Saturday's 2-0 home loss to West Ham United that extended their scoring drought to 288 minutes since Jamie Vardy's consolation tally in a 2-1 loss at Burnley on April 14.More news: Nintendo Reportedly Recruiting Level Designers For New Zelda Game
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But while Arsenal still search the vast depths of the managerial pool for a potential successor, with the likes of Massimilano Allegri, Luis Enrique, Thomas Tuchel, Julian Naglesmann, Brendan Rodgers, Carlo Ancelotti and many more touted to be the next man in the hot seat, many wonder what will happen of Arsene Wenger. I don't analyse anything [relating to his next job], I want to work well until the end of my contract.
"The Premier League is like a piranha club but the most important thing for me is to build for the future", the Frenchman told the press. I didn't analyse anything or consider anything.
Juventus CEO Giuseppe Marotta has indicated that the club will hold on to Massimiliano Allegri despite the Italian coach being linked with the Arsenal job. You will not see him until the beginning of December, at best. Obviously, I grew up in Barcelona, and when I watch them play I want them to win. "It needs two or three additions and this team will compete for the championship next year".
France defender Laurent Koscielny will miss the World Cup and faces six months on the sidelines after injuring his Achilles tendon in Arsenal's Europa League defeat at Atletico Madrid last week, manager Arsene Wenger said on Tuesday.