Arsenal will be thrashed in the near future due to their defensive frailties, club legend Paul Merson has claimed.
I don't think Arsenal...
After being linked to most of European football's superpowers, he moved to Arsenal FC in January of this year for a club-record fee reported to be around £56m.
The Gunners have already conceded 10 times this season highlighting their vulnerability in defence.
The former midfielder has been harsh in his assessment of the team's ability and firmly believes they are due a thrashing.
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'I have to stick with Arsenal, they have to make this kind of stance, the amount of players we've lost in this fashion.
'The one thing that gets them out of trouble is that they're always going to score goals.
Arsenal are in fourth spot heading into the global break, with growing hopes among fans that they can return to the Champions League next season after missing out for two years.
There is a growing sense of optimism around the club following the unbeaten run and fans could be heard singing "We've got our Arsenal back" during the game at Craven Cottage on the weekend.
Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea are all on 20 points after eight games played, with Arsenal on 18 in fourth place.
Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored a brace each while Aaron Ramsey was also among the scorer.