Harry Redknapp has urged Arsene Wenger to step down from his position at Arsenal.
Arsene Wenger has come under increasing pressure after losing three games in a week, including the Carabao Cup Final to Manchester City – the same team they lost to on Thursday night.
Calls for Wenger to leave have only increased as a result, but the former Tottenham boss admitted the situation the Frenchman finds himself in is ‘sad’.
“I think he has been fantastic; he’s had a great career at Arsenal. It’s sad; he’s been a great manager for Arsenal, won so many trophies,” Redknapp told talkSPORT.
“To see him finish like this, I think it’s time. He’d get a great last couple of months to the season, the fans would be great towards him and he’d go away with great pride in what he’s done with what he’s achieved over the years and they can prepare for next year.
“The club needs, and I hate to say it because I hate to see any manager lose his job and he’s been a top manager, but the time has come for a change.”