Arsenal have been criticised in recent years for their handling of the transfer market; not to mention the future of manager Arsene Wenger.
The Frenchman came to the end of his contract last summer, but ended up penning a fresh two-year deal despite groups of fans calling for his exit.
With regards to the players, their situations have also been murky, and a few have been allowed to almost run down their contracts.
Alexis Sanchez would have been a free agent in the summer, but he ended up joining Manchester United this week in a swap deal that involved Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
Mesut Ozil looks set to stay at the Emirates for the remainder of the season, but his long-term future is unclear as his deal expires this summer.
Jack Wilshere is also in the same boat, while the likes of Aaron Ramsey, Petr Cech, Nacho Monreal, Danny Welbeck and Olivier Giroud will have just one year left on their contracts next season.
While on talkSPORT, former Arsenal goalkeeper David Seaman expressed his concern.
“It’s important for the club to stabilise this sort of thing. It gets even worse next year. The sad part is we’ve lost a quality player in Alexis Sanchez and we don’t need that to carry on. We want to get these guys signed up, get that all sorted out and then try and move on. We do need to move one because we’re getting a little bit left behind.”