Arsenal fans: You can have Suarez but must give up Ozil - decide?

Who would you rather have at The Emirates? Mesut Ozil or Luis Suarez?

After this week there is surely now no doubt - whatever you think of him, Luis Suarez is world-class. His four goals against Norwich City yesterday were all marvellous and left The Canaries and the rest of the Premier League wondering how he can be stopped.

It also left many an Arsenal fan thinking what might have been if they had got hold of the Uruguayan this summer gone.

But while the thought of Suarez at Arsenal is a salivating one - the fact remains that if The Gunners had signed the Liverpool man - Mesut Ozil would likely have gone elsewhere.

Ozil was superb once again against Hull City yesterday - linking up sublimely with Aaron Ramsey throughout the game and bagging a goal himself.

He has already won a place in the hearts of most Arsenal fans with his performances and why not - he has been an absolute revelation for the club this season.

So it begs the question - if you had to choose Arsenal fans, who would you have - Suarez or Ozil?

Ozil brings with him one of the best assist tally’s in world football. His creativity behind the front-man and versatility across the midfield make him a managers dream as does his ability to slice a team open with one mazy dribble or scything through ball.

Ozil is a creator of chances and in an ideal world Suarez would be putting them away - but in this hypothetical universe I propose that is not possible.

Suarez is also creative, but slightly greedier than Ozil - often backing his ability to bundle his way through cul-de sac’s rather than find a pass. However he brings goals, a lot more goals than Ozil is likely to bring to the table.

Both are probably in the top ten attacking players in the world right now - so it is a difficult decision to make but we want to know your answers…

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