The former captain has doubts over the setup at the Emirates.
It seems after a poor opening weekend in the Premier League and a lack of transfers this summer, Arsenal are under significant pressure even at this early stage.
Club legend Tony Adams is the latest high profile name to voice a concern over what is happening at the Gunners and has some advice for the hierarchy at the Emirates Stadium.
“The club needs to restructure its wages spend,” Adams was quoted on talkSPORT.
“The club are paying in excess of £150million on players’ wages but there have been a lot of average players on £50,000 a week when the big teams now need four or five players on a lot of money.
“Arsenal do not attract those big players because of their wages structure.
“To keep hitting the top four and qualifying for the Champions League is great, and Arsene has done such a great job, but there is going to come a day, and that won’t be far away, when Arsene leaves.”
If many fans in north London had their way then Wenger would be out of job sooner rather than later, with the team being booed off after the Villa loss.
With France under-20 striker Yaya Sanogo the only new addition this summer many believe that the Frenchman has lost his way in the transfer market.
One thing is for sure, unless some new talent is bought in Arsenal face a long and tough season ahead and face a realistic chance of finishing outside of the top four for the first time since Wenger took charge in 1996.