Ex-Chelsea and Aston Villa star Tony Cascarino has warned Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta that he must get this summer’s transfer plan right and start the 2021-22 Premier League campaign on a high to keep his job.
The Gunners currently sit in 9th spot in the England top flight after registering 14 wins, 7 draws, and 13 losses in 34 games this term.
While speaking to talkSPORT, the former Premier League striker Cascarino said: “I was thinking about Arsenal and Tottenham, funnily enough, at the same time yesterday.
“I was just thinking about how much of a mess these two clubs have got themselves into and it stems from ownership. That has played a massive part.
“The clubs are in a mess. Both have built new stadiums, state of the art. The Emirates was brilliant when it was built. Compete with the very best in Europe and Tottenham have done likewise.
“The problem is they’re a mess on the field. Things are going to be changing at those two clubs.
"Arteta has got a massive challenge in reinventing Arsenal.
“He will get this summer to do that but 10 games into next year, if things are not very different, he won’t survive.”