The Arsenal dressing room is in disarray following their terrible run of form and the players have turned on each other after Sunday’s defeat to Brighton, according to reports.
Arsene Wenger’s side lost their fourth straight match with the 2-1 defeat at the Amex Stadium, having also lost back-to-back matches against Manchester City, and their hopes of finishing in the top four have evaporated.
After that latest loss, The Sun claims Arsenal’s dressing room imploded, with the squad lashing out at three players for their role in the defeat.
Mesut Ozil was singled out for disappearing in the match, particularly during the first half, while Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s new teammates criticised him for not tracking runners.
Shkodran Mustafi was also on the receiving end of a few harsh truths, with other members of the squad believing that he passes on the blame for goals that have been conceded despite being the main party at fault.
The German World Cup winner was out-jumped by Glenn Murray against Brighton for the hosts’ decisive second goal and was too easily pushed aside by Sergio Aguero just a few days earlier.
With Arsenal’s dressing room currently at war with each other and pointing fingers, Wenger faces a difficult task in trying to repair squad morale.
The Gunners take on AC Milan on Thursday in the Europa League, which now looks like their only means of getting back into the Champions League next season.
But his squad are imploding and believe they are not getting enough support from the Frenchman, who went into the match against Brighton without a proper gameplan and instead told his players to work out a solution for themselves.
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