Arsenal has finally proven why Arsene Wenger needs to go. The club’s 4-0 defeat to Liverpool was a shocker and a huge disappointment. A club with the money and talent such as Arsenal should be performing better than this during the english premier league, but it’s not happening.

Wenger has been the manager of Arsenal for years, and during this time, he has kept the club competitive throughout the seasons. However, there aren’t a lot of English Premier League or UEFA Champions League trophies to show for his work.

He needs to go, and soon

This defeat to Liverpool is not only a blow to Arsenal but probably the final nail in the coffin for Alexis Sanchez.

The star player has yet to sign a new contract with the club, and the performance today could be the ammunition he needed to quicken his exit.

Now, should Arsenal lose Sanchez, it’s not certain they’ll manage to find a worthy replacement before the transfer window closes on Thursday. Furthermore, Wenger and the board might have little choice but to release Sanchez as it’s never wise to keep an unhappy player.

Some might say Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is the perfect replacement, but rumors claim the player is hoping for a move as well. Interestingly enough, he’s linked with a possible move to Chelsea, but there’s no word on whether or not it’s going to happen.

So what’s the next move then?

Should the board refuse to fire Arsene Wenger, then the club will have little choice but to try and stay in the top four.

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This current crop of players isn’t good enough to win the league, and the defeat to Liverpool only went a far way to prove what’s going on.

Sanchez will definitely try to leave now so the club must try its best to hold on to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain for at least another year. He should be a good pairing with Alexandre Lacazette who scored in his debut game.

Lacazette is a player who wants to prove himself to the Arsenal crowd, so he should be given a chance. It’s time for Wenger to place this man at the center of his attack strategy and put more effort into boosting defense.

In all seriousness, Arsenal’s defense and midfield play pales in comparison to Liverpool. It was a complete disgrace the way Liverpool dominated the game from one end to the other. This wasn’t a game where Arsenal was playing with 10 or nine men and to make it even worse, all players were active.

If nothing is done soon about this mess, then the Arsenal of yesteryear will never return.