Sky pundit Redknapp questions ambition of Arsenal players
Jamie Redknapp has questioned the ambition of most Arsenal players, heading into the new season.
The former Tottenham star has not always had praises for Arsene Wenger’s side who are yet to win the Premier League title since 2004.
According to Redknapp, there are players in the Arsenal squad who are under no pressure to win.
“If you want a comfortable life, play for Arsenal,” the Sky Sports pundit said
“I look at the players they have – Theo Walcott, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Jack Wilshere – they don’t look under any duress.
“It looks nice. Almost as if you don’t have to go. You can stay if you want.
“I want to see some ambition in that club. I want to see players that want to go and win that title.
“I wasn’t lucky enough to do so, but looking at those players, I think the club is so nice.”
Of course, the last major Arsenal player to make his desire to leave public was Robin van Persie who went on to with the Premier League title with Manchester United.
The likes of Samir Nasri, Gael Clichy and Cesc Fabregas have also managed to lift that crown after departing the Emirates stadium.
So, is Jamie Redknapp right or wrong here?