Arsenal’s senior players are reportedly feeling disillusioned with the club and are worried about the Gunners’ lack of ambition.

Following Arsenal’s shambolic 4-0 loss at Liverpool on Sunday, the Gunners’ senior players have become disillusioned with the club and concerned about Arsene Wenger’s apparent lack of ambition, the Mirror claims.

Uncertainty over Mesut Ozil, Alexis Sanchez and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s futures has allegedly spread apathy throughout the squad, and players, who were promised change over the summer, are feeling let down.

Despite Arsenal bringing Jens Lehmann and fitness expert, Darren Burgess, on board with the coaching staff, training sessions are reportedly exactly the same.

While Arsenal have spent a club record of £52m on Alexandre Lacazette, who was benched against Jurgen Klopp’s side, and brought in Sead Kolasinac on a free, these are the only additions to the squad many are expecting to see.

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On the way out, however, could be numerous players, including the Ox, Alexis, Kieran Gibbs, Lucus Perez and Shkodran Mustafi.

The Ox is expected to complete his £35m move to Chelsea in the coming days and if Wenger doesn’t move to replace him, the situation, you imagine, will only get worse.

It doesn’t take any sort of tabloid ‘insider’ info to see that these players are unhappy. Their performances at Anfield at the weekend were bizarre; even the players who we thought cared, such as Aaron Ramsey, looked completely apathetic.

It’s a worrying state of affairs and the players aren’t the only ones feeling disillusioned with Arsenal right now.

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