Lucas Torreira's agent has revealed that the midfielder is unhappy with recent decisions made by Arsenal manager Unai Emery.
The Uruguay international was one of the first signings made after the appointment of Emery in 2018, moving from Sassuolo for £26m.
However, Torreira has been reduced to just four Premier League starts this season after the manager's decision to move him into a more advanced midfield role.
Speaking on the subject of his client, agent Raffaele Bentancur told Radio Marte: "Anything is possible in football. Torreira is happy at Arsenal, although the change in role has not made him happy.
"It must be said that this year the whole team is not doing well. But I believe Arsenal wants to keep him."
Emery finds himself under acute pressure after managing just one win from the club's last six games.
However, despite anger from Gunners supporters, the North London side has confirmed that they remain fully behind Emery at boardroom level.