Ex-Arsenal player, Perry Groves, has revealed that Mikel Arteta will be sacked as the manager of the club if he does not deliver good esults in the next three games.
Arteta has only been at the Emirates for one year but is facing increasing scrutiny following a series of bad results.
The Spaniard has suffered eight defeats, including four in a row at the Emirates in 14 Premier League games this season.
Arsenal Technical director Edu has given Arteta a vote of confidence, but Groves believes more losses could turn things around.
“If these lackluster performances continue over the next three games, are Arsenal fans telling me they’d stick with Arteta? he told talk SPORT.
“I think he’s got three games, we play Man City [in the EFL Cup quarter-final on Tuesday night], Chelsea on Boxing Day, and then Brighton away.
“I’ve always said a manager should have three transfer windows to get the players in and get the players out, and one full season that’s when you judge him. But if things are that dire, that bad, you can’t go a full season.”