Rodney Marsh believes it is time for Arsenal and Arsene Wenger to part ways after the club's humbling at the hands of Bayern Munich.
The Gunners' Champions League hopes are in tatters after a 3-1 loss to the Bundesliga leaders in the first leg of their last 16 clash at the Emirates on Tuesday night.
With the London club's last opportunity of ending their eight-year trophy drought now all but over, following the recent cup defeats to Blackburn and Bradford, it heaps further pressure on Wenger.
And former England star Marsh feels the end is nigh for the Frenchman.
He told the Sports Bar: “Over the years I have been Arsene Wenger’s biggest fan. I think he's been a great, great football manager and he's been great for football.
"Unfortunately, in the last three to four seasons, Arsenal have lost their way, Arsene Wenger has lost his way and it’s the end of road for him."
Marsh claims Wenger's downfall has been due to the club's failure to hold on to their key players, with the likes of Samir Nasri, Cesc Fabregas, Robin van Persie and Alex Song all sold in recent seasons.
"When you lose players of the quality of Fabregas and Van Persie you are always going to be a club that is struggling to keep up there," he added.
"They also lost [Gael] Clichy, they’ve lost Nasri, they’ve lost so many top-quality players. And because you’ve lost great players like Van Persie then others are not going to come, because what is there to come to?”