Arsenal defender Johan Djourou is unhappy over a lack of first-team chances at the Emirates and wants a meeting with Arsene Wenger to clear the air, according to reports.
Arsenal defender Johan Djourou has reportedly demanded showdown talks with Arsene Wenger to seek assurances over his future in north London.
Djourou has not started a Premier League game so far this season, finding himself behind Thomas Vermaelen, Per Mertesacker and Laurent Koscielny in the Gunners' pecking order.
The Swiss international has had to settle for a place in Wenger's Capital One Cup side, playing his only match of the campaign against Coventry City in September.
According to The Sun, Djourou wants a meeting with Wenger as he considers ending an eight-year spell at the Emirates.
The 25-year-old was linked with a string of Serie A clubs during the summer, including Napoli and Roma.
Djourou's agent told reporters that there was no truth in rumours linking his client with a move to Italy earlier this week.
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