Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been criticized by former Premier League striker Peter Crouch in his latest column with the Daily Mail.
Wenger came under attack from Peter Crouch for his failure to sign AS Roma midfielder Steven N’Zonzi during his time as the Arsenal manager.
Peter Crouch talked about French World Cup winner N’Zonzi while he was talking about the defensive imbalance in the Arsenal team and that the Frenchman would have been a good addition to the Gunners.
The defensive midfielder was on the payroll of Stoke City while they were in the Premier League before he joined Spanish La Liga club, Sevilla.
Steven N’Zonzi left Sevilla to join AS Roma at the start of last season.
Peter Crouch retired from football at the end of last season shortly after his short spell at Premier League side Burnley ended.
He criticised Arsenal in his column with the Daily Mail on the back of their collapse against Watford last weekend.
Arsenal led two-nil at the halftime interval but still didn’t win the game.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored those two goals for Arsenal in the first half of the Watford before their defensive issues came to the fore again for the umpteenth time this season.
Watford scored two goals in the second half to earn a point against the Gunners.