The 27-year-old, who is one of five different captains at Arsenal, has not travelled with the team to Portugal, where Emery confirmed on Tuesday that he had relieved Xhaka of his leadership role. Last weekend, Jose Mourinho allegedly met and dined with the head of football of Arsenal to talk about his future at the Emirates.
He said, "He accepted my decision and also I told the captain and other captain my decision, we need to carry on and to focus on tomorrow's match and Saturday's match".
As a result, he threw away the captain's armband during the recent match of Arsenal and eventually get stripped of his post.
And now Xhaka may not have a future at the club after Emery failed to confirm if the midfielder would stay, according to The Mirror.
"We play for the supporters".
"We're speaking a lot about that". In fact, Unai Emery even extended his punishment for Xhaka to not including him in the matchday squad for this afternoon's match against Vitoria SC, which the Gunners ended up drawing.
"Sometimes it's hard to deal with feelings", he said.
"Again, we can do one step more with him".
'We respect the decision of the coach and the club.
"We are a team that wants to give quality to the game and it is clear that's what the players did".
Bellerin also opened up on a conversation he had with Xhaka in the aftermath. "One day, you're at the top and another you're at a low". "When these things happen to you personally, you can have a whole squad that back you", he added.
ESPN FC pundits and former Scotland internationals Steve Nicol and Craig Burley both agreed with Darke that Emery is the most likely to be sacked first.
Xhaka joined Arsenal from Borussia Monchengladbach in 2016 and has made over 100 Premier League appearances for the club, scoring seven goals.