Arsene Wenger should be drafted in to help out Unai Emery at Arsenal.
That’s according to Sky Sports pundit Charlie Nicholas, who reckons the Gunners would benefit from the Frenchman’s experience in north London.
Arsenal have struggled in recent weeks with Emery’s position at the club now looking uncertain.
They slumped to a 2-0 defeat against Leicester on Saturday and were lacklustre throughout.
Nicholas believe Wenger could help out the man who replaced him in the hot seat.
“I suggested on Soccer Saturday that if you want to overlord the process, I would go in for Wenger and get him on the board or get him in as the technical director,” he told Sky Sports.
“Why let him talk to Bayern Munich and float about on TV when you can have that brain, fabric and understanding at the club right.
“He could work with an experienced manager to get it right.
“He can also improve the decision making. Why did Arsenal miss out on Gary Cahill, for example?
“Wenger couldn’t sort his own problems, but he could help Emery in certain ways.
“I was always teased about the hierarchy not being right, but we have around four guys arguing over transfers.
“Is Edu the one who says these are the players Arsenal are getting? Is he in strong communication with Emery?”
Speaking after the disappointing display against the Foxes, Emery defended his side.
“In the end, a bad result but we did our gameplan, thinking right in the moment and we did that and when they scored the first goal was the moment maybe,” he said.
“Before the first goal I think we were in the match and in the second half we started to push in and create chances but they are in a good moment and they won.
“The second half we started better, we were pushing and showing we wanted to win.
“They work very well, the players felt comfortable and defended good and we had chances.
“With Mesut Ozil we keep the ball sometimes like we want and it is the way to carry on.”