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Host Mark Chapman is joined by David Ornstein who details his exclusive interview with Arsenal midfielder  Mesut Ozil that was published on The Athletic last week. Ozil sat down with David to discuss his future at Arsenal,  why  he refused to take a pay cut and his relationship with Mikel Arteta.

James McNicholas  joins the pod to reveal why Raul Sanllehi left his role as head of football at  Arsenal and what it means for the club.

Adam Crafton reveals that whilst Pep Guardiola's position  as Manchester City boss is safe, some players are questioning his tactics.

And The Athletic's Laurie Whitwell  takes us inside Manchester United plans to go the extra step and become winners next season..

Right now The  Athletic is free for 30 days, bringing you the very best football writing around, including David’s Ozil exclusive - just go to to sign up! 

And don’t forget about David’s weekly YouTube Q&A show - Ask Ornstein - answering the very best questions provided by subscribers to The Athletic. Head over to the Tifo Podcast YouTube channel to watch the latest video and don’t forget to subscribe to the channel for more superb podcast content…

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