Redknapp reveals what could force Wenger to quit Arsenal
The Gunners could play in front of a lowest-ever attendance for a Premier League game at the Emirates Stadium when West Brom visit on Thursday, as fans become disillusioned with another failed title bid.
Indications suggest attendance could top out at up to 20,000 under capacity, marking the lowest tally since since Arsenal left Highbury in 2006, despite season ticket holders being included whether they show up or not.
“The big problem for Arsene Wenger is once you lose the fans, there is no way back,” he wrote.
“I saw the Arsenal fans’ proposed boycott of tonight’s match against West Brom and if it goes ahead to the extent it has been predicted, Arsene will get the message loud and clear.
“After everything he has done for the club, he may feel he’s had enough of it all if the fans properly turn their backs on him.”
He added: “Arsene is from a dying breed. He’s probably the last one. He should get to leave on his own terms but it will be very difficult for him if the supporters have other ideas.”