Arsenal Supporters' Trust will tell Gazidis that Wenger must go

He was nicknamed Le Professor but I knew he would make the changes he needed at Arsenal

He was nicknamed Le Professor but I knew he would make the changes he needed at Arsenal

Wenger has often pointed out that his team racked up 75 points last year, which would have been enough for a top-four spot in any other Premier League season.

Long-running speculation about Wenger's position at Arsenal intensified after the Gunners suffered a fourth successive defeat in all competitions, a 2-1 Premier League loss away to Brighton, on Sunday - a result that left them a huge 13 points adrift of the top four.

And they could get their wish, with Ginola telling talkSPORT Wenger would be the perfect man to reinstall some French flair into the PSG side. We have to be realistic, we need two teams to collapse to qualify for the Champions League, and I don't see that happening.

"On Thursday, we fly to Milan". However, it is in fact the number approving of #WengerOut according to the Arsenal Supporters Trust survey. "It is difficult to say if it is his fault or our fault".

"I've never heard a co-commentator being so critical but Gary Neville was bang on the money".

Wenger was interested in signing PSG duo of Adrien Rabiot, Kylian Mbappe, and will have the opportunity to work with the youngsters if he decides to leave for Paris.

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Everton are claimed to be lining up a shock swoop for Arsene Wenger to offer him an immediate return to the Premier League if he is sacked. Maybe we are at a time change is coming and surely the board and owner must realise that.

Highlighting his specific shortcomings was a commendable act, yes, but in the grand scheme, actions will speak louder than words.

The Sun report the right-back had trained with the squad for the previous two days in preparation for the match but Wenger replaced him with Callum Chambers at the last minute.

Back then Wenger's men managed to turn things around by finishing second in the league - but frustrations are mounting as time runs out on this season. Naturally, they are playing different.

And, although criticism for the 68-year-old is nothing new, the opprobrium has risen to unprecedented levels this term as Arsenal's decline has become ever more apparent.

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