Former Chelsea striker Chris Sutton says Arsenal will not win another Premier League title with Arsene Wenger in charge.
According to the former Celtic striker, the Gunners show ‘no intent’ in the transfer window this summer.
The Gunners’ only major signing this summer has been Granit Xhaka.
Meanwhile, Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea have strengthened considerably ahead of the new campaign.
Sutton, who won the Premier League title with Blackburn Rovers in 1995, has slammed Arsene Wenger for showing no intent in the summer transfer window.
Sutton Slams Wenger For Not Signing Players
He insists the Frenchman needs to leave in order for the club to progress.
Speaking to BBC Five Live, Sutton said,
“I just worry about Arsenal again this season. They’ve shown absolutely no intent.
“I think the board and Wenger are letting the fans down.
“I just don’t know where Arsenal are going – if I were an Arsenal fan I’d be desperately disappointed.
“They’ve said they are not going to spend, the board are happy, aren’t they?
“Every year, Champions League football, get the money.
“You’ve got a manager who can choose when he leaves, they’ve got no intent.
“They had a great chance of winning the league last season, they just don’t spend.
“And if you’re an Arsenal fan you just think ‘well, it’ll be top four again, we won’t win anything’.
“Then you see Manchester United and Manchester City showing intent. It’s just getting harder and harder, until Wenger goes Arsenal won’t win the Premier League.”
Meanwhile, the overly frugal Arsenal manager, Wenger, says he is scared about the skyrocketing signing fees in the EPL.
He complained that when looking at the cheques most clubs are signing, you get scared.
Wenger still believes that former Chelsea striker, Didier Drogba is still dangerous.
He indicated that he may likely purchase a striker before the transfer window closes.