Arsenal players have lost confidence in Emery’s ability to turn things around.
Unai Emery has been under pressure for some weeks now as he struggles to get his Gunners players to turn their season around.
Their 2-2 draw against Southampton at the weekend completes six league games without a win for them.
Fans have already turned against the former Sevilla boss, but the club’s board have come out in defence of their struggling boss.
However, a report from Telegraph via GivemeSports is claiming that Arsenal players have joined the fans in growing tired of the Spaniard.
The report claims that most of the club’s players now believe that Emery has to leave for a new manager to come in and turn their season around.
Most of the players are reportedly confused about Emery’s tactics, his instructions and they feel they have no identity under the former Sevilla boss.
The source reportedly claims: “The problem is the coach. He still makes bad decisions and changes his tactics.
“There is no identity to the team and the players do not see any progress.
“The recent performances and results have had a big impact on the belief of the squad.
“Does anybody still think they can qualify for the Champions League under the coach? I don’t think so.”
Some of the players have previously come out in support of their manager but performances on the field seem to correlate with the fact that the players don’t understand his instructions.