Arsenal has struggled for much of this season and that is one reason why they are set to have their lowest league finish in over 20 years.
The Gunners started their season poorly, despite spending over £100 million in the last transfer window.
They had to fire Unai Emery late last year after their poor start to the season and made Mikel Arteta the new permanent manager.
The Spaniard has brought about a number of positive changes at the Emirates, with the Gunners now looking more like a team with an identity.
However, there are still issues at the club that need to be sorted and some of them have been highlighted by Jamie Redknapp.
The pundit talked about the Gunners sorting out their Mesut Ozil situation, Aubameyang’s contract and their defence.
He urged them to throw money at their problems and get them sorted so that they can become a top team again.
Redknapp said as quoted by the Sun: “They are way off the top four. One issue he has to deal with is Mesut Ozil, he’ll be off this summer I’m sure.
“He is on an awful lot of money, if you feel the player isn’t right then you have to bite the bullet and let them go.
“Auba (Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang) you need to get him a new contract, don’t want to get in another situation.
“Players like him are hard to find. I like Arteta. I look at that Arsenal back line, they will make mistakes. They need to throw money at the problem.
“He wants to play with better players, he will want to know who is coming in, yeah he gets on with his mate (Alexandre) Lacazette and he speaks highly of (Bukayo) Saka, he is ambitious and he wants to look at the players coming in.
“He is coming to the twilight of his career, he’ll be saying right I want to win something.
“Another problem they have got is (Dani) Ceballos, I really like him, will they get him back? Credit Arteta, when he first came he looked silky. If you lose him and Auba then you have problems.
“The board have to act, I’m not surprised with that plane, you have to back this manager. If you believe this is the right man, you have to back him.
“Arsenal is a huge club, players want to be in London, playing for clubs like this, but they have to see they are ambitious, they want to win things because right now they are behind the top four.”