For almost the entirety of this season, Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil have been quietly stewing over Arsenal’s relative lack of success.
No-one would be surprised if both players left in the summer, by which time they’d only have a year left on their current contracts.
However, it appears they aren’t the only ones who are growing ever more frustrated.
According to the Sun, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is ready to follow them out of the door.
The newspaper also claims that senior players are irate not only at the absence of any real tangible achievements this season, but also at Arsene Wenger’s tactics and coaching methods.
This isn’t going to help the manager’s cause if he does desire to stay beyond the end of the season.
Chamberlain was quite possibly the only Arsenal player of note in the second leg against Bayern, and he made it clear through his body language that he was unhappy.
Overall, the England international hasn’t really fulfilled the potential he was expected to when he arrived from Southampton in 2011, but that can’t be attributed to Wenger alone.