Arsenal are looking increasingly likely to make changes to their leadership in the summer as the pressure upon Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is increasing.
The north London side find themselves off the pace in the hunt for a top-four finish in the Premier League and suffered a premature exit to Championship outfit Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup, before losing in the Carabao Cup final to Manchester City on Sunday.
Despite Wenger signing a new two-year deal only last summer, the growing expectation is that the Gunners will make a change to their management this summer- and The Daily Mirror reports that the club are turning against their long serving boss.
Whilst the board have come to the end of their patience with the 68-year-old, it’s also reported that members of the playing squad have also had enough- which means that the cracks in the Arsenal side could be too large for Wenger to repair.
Winning the Europa League now seems to be Arsenal’s only route back into the Champions League for next season but the Gunners face a stern test next week against AC Milan.