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‘Bit of trouble.’ – The next man to leave Arsenal could surprise everyone after Paul Merson’s latest reveal

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‘Bit of trouble.’ – The next man to leave Arsenal could surprise everyone after Paul Merson’s latest reveal

Mikel Arteta would not be tolerated if he fails this season, according to Paul Merson, despite the financial assistance he has received.

Merson is concerned that if the Spaniard fails to provide the required results, he may be asked to leave.

This is because the Gunners have spent money on new players in the last two summer transfer windows.

Merson believes Arteta’s future at Arsenal is in jeopardy if the club fails to qualify for the Champions League for the fourth consecutive season.

Arsenal is not a project any more and Mikel Arteta needs to show he can deliver or his job will be under threat,” Merson told the Daily Star.

“It needs to start now. This is it. They need to get top four. If they don’t, I think he could be in a bit of trouble. He can’t keep feeding everyone this line that Arsenal are a work in progress. It’s time to deliver now. This is Arsenal Football Club. Arteta failed last season. He has to get them in the Champions League now. He can’t be allowed to fail again.

Gunners have spent money on new players in the last two summer transfer windows.

“The board seem quite happy with him and the ground is packed out every week. But Arteta is starting to sound like Roberto Martinez. Martinez has this way of talking after his team have lost that’s like the scene from Men In Black when they flick the switch and everyone forgets how horrible it’s been.

“Arteta does it as well. He talks after a game and suddenly leaves you thinking: ‘Oh it wasn’t that bad.’ When it was.

“That needs to change this season. I think it’s all or nothing. And I don’t think there’s a better chance of getting in the top four if I’m being honest. Chelsea still look good for third. But Manchester United are still in disarray in my opinion and Tottenham have Champions League football to distract them. Arsenal have a big chance here and they need to grab it with both hands.

“If they finish outside the top four but with the Europa League… Not a problem. Because that’s a big trophy and it gets you into the Champions League. But Arteta needs to get them in there one way or another because they had a big chance last season and they blew it.”

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