Petr Cech is understood to be unhappy at being left out of Arsenal’s Champions League matches, while David Ospina is said to be unhappy too.
Arsene Wenger has rotated his goalkeepers in Europe this season, with Ospina being selected for the Champions League catastrophe at Bayern Munich.
The Daily Mirror reports Cech has become “increasingly frustrated” at Wenger’s selection policy and some of his team-mate are said to agree.
John Cross writes: “Former Chelsea keeper Cech has kept a respectful silence on the situation but not playing in Munich was a major disappointment and senior Arsenal players also believe it was a major mistake.”
Wenger has often spoken of having three world-class keepers in his ranks, but his efforts to keep Ospina satisfied by handing him the gloves for non-Premier League matches appear to have failed.
The Times reports Ospina is unhappy with his status as a cup keeper and the Colombian is looking to leave the Emirates in the summer, despite having two years left to run on his contract.