It is believed that some Arsenal players have reservations about boss Unai Emery.
Emery came under pressure after losing 2-0 to Leicester this weekend.
Mirror Sport reported that the Spaniard is not directly threatened by the bag and the board remains 100 percent behind the boss.
Arsenal may need to finish in the top four for Emery to keep his job, but there are reports of concerns in the locker room.
The Mail reports that there is a real disappointment among the players following Emery's conservative approach to games.
This is due to the defeat at Leicester, where Arsenal play with five opponents and two midfielders.
It is also believed that there is another problem – the ability of Emery to communicate clearly with his players.
The manager is now in his second season in the club, but these problems continue since his appointment last summer.
Meanwhile striker Alexandre Lacazette has admitted that the Gunners have little self-confidence in the international break.
"We miss the confidence and need the international break," he said.
"I hope we will come back well, we have to work more than now to find trust.
"We are very disappointed, we had chances in the first half. We could not score and you have to take your risk in this type of game.
"We have to work again and continue working every day. But I think we did not play so bad, we just missed our chances in the first half. "