Arsenal superstar Mesut Ozil reportedly lashed out upon being substituted in the 4-1 UEFA Europa League final defeat to Chelsea and is said to be on the brink of an off-season exit.
Ozil, 30, endured a frustrating season under the Spaniard in his debut season and repeatedly found himself out of the starting XI despite being the club's highest earner.
The former Germany international was taken off against the Chelsea in the 77th minute greeted by jeers from the travelling Gunners supporters - who were less than happy with his lacklustre display.
And according to Turkish news outlet Fanatik, the German World Cup winner told Emery "you are not a coach" when he was replaced by Joe Willock.
This is reportedly the final straw for Emery and Fanatik claim that the £350,000-a-week playmaker is now destined to depart the Emirates in the off-season.