The Arsenal Supporters’ Trust will speak with the club’s board, as they are concerned about financial losses.
It is said that new accounts from the club will show serious operating losses in the past year.
These issues are usually ironed out at an annual meeting, but those are no longer mandatory given Stan Kroenke owns the club.
But the AST will write to the club’s chairman, Sir Chips Keswick.
The losses are related to Arsenal spending big on transfer fees, increasing the wage bill and missing out on the UEFA Champions League for two successive seasons.
Gunners fans are concerned about the club’s financial security and ability to compete with other top teams.