Former Blackburn Rovers and Chelsea striker Chris Sutton has slammed Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger and the Gunners' board for showing lack of intent in the summer transfer window. The ex-Premier League attacker believes the north London club will not win the Premier League title until the Frenchman is in charge at the Emirates.

Arsenal signed Granit Xhaka, Takuma Asano and Rob Holding this summer. Out of the three, only the Swiss international is the high-profile addition to the squad for the upcoming season.

Wenger is keen on bringing a striker to the club in order to bolster his attack. He was looking at his compatriot Alexandre Lacazette but Lyon confirmed rejecting the Gunners' bid for the France international. Despite that, the 66-year-old is still looking at the option of bringing the Ligue 1 player to the club.

Their rivals Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea have already bolstered their squad and are still in the market to make further additions. Sutton claims both Wenger and Arsenal's board are letting their fans down by lack of activity in the current transfer window.

"I just worry about Arsenal again this season. They've shown absolutely no intent. I think the board and Wenger are letting the fans down," Sutton told BBC Radio 5 Live.

"I just don't know where Arsenal are going, I really don't. If I was an Arsenal fan I'd be desperately disappointed."

"They've said they're not going to spend. The board are happy, every year: 'Champions League football, we'll get the money'. You've got a manager who can choose when he leaves, they've got no intent.

"They had a great chance to win the league last season. They just don't spend and if you're an Arsenal fan you'll think 'top four, we won't win anything."

"And then you see Manchester United and Manchester City showing intent, it's just getting harder and harder. Until Wenger goes Arsenal won't win the Premier League."