All is not well in the Arsenal dressing room in the aftermath of their recent 2-1 defeat to Brighton.
Sources from within the Emirates claim that rifts between the Gunners squad began showing immediately after the English side was handed their fourth consecutive defeat by the up-and-comers.
On the spot
Among those on the receiving end were midfielders Mesut Ozil and Henrikh, who were called out for failing to make an impact on the offensive end.
Centre-back Shkodran Mustafi was also slammed for failing to take responsibility for defensive blunders, with some pointing out that the German is always quick to point an accusing fingers at other instead of looking into the mirror.
Under-fire boss Arsene Wenger also received criticism from right-back Hector Bellerin for notifying the defender that he had been axed from the squad to face Brighton just two hours before the match kicked off.
No respect for Wenger
England and Newcastle legend Alan Shearer recently claimed that Arsenal’s recent struggles prove that players are tired of hearing Wenger’s voice, which is losing the impact it once had within the team.
The 21-year manager is believed is desperately trying to build up the morale of his squad but is rumoured to be getting nowhere on account of the lack of unity that is evident and highly likely to create more problems moving forward.