The Gunners lacked fight in the centre of the park as Leonardo Jardim's side ran riot at the Emirates Stadium when producing a 3-1 result in the Champions League Round of 16 first leg.
Arsene Wenger's only semblance of a tackling midfielder was Francis Coquelin, who was subbed off during the second half, prompting former Liverpool man Redknapp to suggest they need a player such as Monaco goalscorer Geoffrey Kondogbia to solve their defensive midfield worries.
"Arsenal were off the cuff. I didn't think Coquelin was too bad but he was taken off as he was booked so Arsenal were left with (Santi) Cazorla, a wonderfully gifted attacking player, (Tomas) Rosicky, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain," Redknapp said on Sky Sports after the match.
"That midfield couldn't tackle a hot dinner!
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