And asked how he will help the midfielder get over his recent hardships, Emery said: "We are here to help every player".
The midfielder was criticised for inconsistent displays at Arsenal last season - although he still earned a bumper new contract worth £350,000 a week. "It's important we put into practice what we've been learning on the training field and I think we did that today". And I want him to relax good, and I want when he comes back with us, to start good with a good mentality.
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"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]".
Sky sources understand Arsenal have held initial talks with Sevilla over a deal for the France World Cup victor, but it is likely the Gunners would need to sell before financing the move.
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Meanwhile, Arsenal will begin their Premier League campaign with a home clash against defending champions Manchester City on 12 August.
"It's not easy for the big clubs to work every day without the important players".
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"We've spoken about that", Emery told the press on Thursday. I played there a little bit growing up.
"We want to help to be well, fine with us". But if you can get on it and you have time and it's not a risk, turn and play forward and that's the best way to get through a press.
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"He's working with a quality, the type of ability that I want. And Steve, first, as a person is very good, and he was a player here also", Emery said.