- Unai Emery is under serious pressure at Arsenal due to poor run of form this season
- Lacazette and Aubameyang are said to be considering leaving the Gunners
- Emery replaced Arsene Wenger and he led the Gunners to the final of the Europa League
Arsenal's duo of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette are reportedly considering leaving the Emirates stadium if Unai Emery remains the manager.
This comes after Arsenal's disappointing 2-2 draw against Southampton in their last Premier League encounter.
The Gunners have now played five Premier League games without a win as pressure increases for manager Unai Emery this season at the Emirates stadium.
Arsenal are currently sitting eight on the Premier League standings, and they are 19 points behind League leaders Liverpool.
Despite Arsenal's unimpressive performance this season, Aubameyang has continued to find the net on a regular basis, with Lacazette scoring both goals against Southampton.
According to the report on Daily Mail, these two players have questioned the trust of Arsenal board for Unai Emery and they could be walking away if he stays.
Both strikers have been locked in negotiations over signing new deals with Aubameyang having just 18 months remaining on his current contract, but they’re reluctant to sign under the current situation.
The report also added that some other members of the Arsenal squad are concerned about if Unai Emery would be able to qualify Arsenal for next season's Champions League.
Last term, he steered Arsenal to the final of the Europa League before losing against Chelsea.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Unai Emery suggested he is not prepared to throw in the towel just yet despite growing pressure to quit as Arsenal boss.
Emery has come under immense scrutiny in recent weeks following a string of poor results, with a section of fans calling for his head.
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