Arsene Wenger should leave end of season: Former Arsenal star Ian Wright

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"I think to compare them to ourselves, Arsenal, Chelsea, you have to win multiple titles, you have to be consistent, not just one wonder season, which they are having".

Arsenal chief coach Arsene Wenger on Wednesday demanded a strong response from his side as they face a tough English Premier League (EPL) clash against Manchester City on Thursday, who had thrashed them on Sunday in the English Football League (EFL) Cup final.

Morgan continued: "Since then [losing 3-0 to Manchester City in November 2008], Arsenal have not come close to winning the league; we are now in our worst league position under Wenger since a year ago, which was his lowest ever position".

They are still in the Europa League, but face a hard last-16 tie against AC Milan, with plenty of other impressive clubs still in the draw.

The 54-year-old also questioned Arsenal majority shareholder Stan Kroenke's interest in the club after the owners disregarded the fans' opinions to hand Wenger a new deal at the end of last season.

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DAILY MAILSami Mokbel writes that Wenger leaving in the summer is now a "genuine option" for Arsenal. Has he made two runs before to go in behind and was exhausted, or did he not track because he didn't want to?

Wenger no longer has total control over transfers at the club, with Sven Mislinstat arriving from Borussia Dortmund to overhaul the scouting department. There is a growing fear the club will continue to fall behind while the Frenchman is at the helm.

This season has been a rough year for the Gunners. Sounds like he might get dumped.

Henry, of course, is an Arsenal (and Premier League) legend. Also for the players, you've got to ask the players to climb that mountain again, and some can do it, some can't.

Whilst they still respect him, they believe the time is right for a change. As much as Wenger has continued to field sides that play easy-on-the-eye attacking football, he has routinely failed to thoroughly address their defensive shortcomings.

Should Thierry Henry take over from Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager?

At 43, Jardim is still young enough to bring a new level of energy to the club, while still experienced enough to back that up with authority.

"Obviously then there's Carlo Ancelotti, who has managed some of the biggest clubs in the world". When the time does come to finally replace him, Arsenal's supporters will expect someone other than Rodgers or the caricature he has become.