Wenger's contract as manager expires in the summer, and he is believed to have been offered a new, two-year deal to remain in charge.
"It's a dictatorship and he surrounds himself with yes men", Sutton added.
The Gunners boss is facing increasing calls to leave the club following a disastrous run of form that has seen them fall to four league defeats in five games as well as crash of Europe after a 10-2 humbling by Bayern Munich.
Following Arsenal's 3-1 defeat to West Brom on Saturday, Wenger revealed that he has made a decision on his future and intends to make his decision public soon.
Sutton said on BBC Radio 5 live: "The last 13 years have been a disaster and the two FA Cups have papered over the cracks".
Arsenal's current malaise is statistically the worst since Wenger arrived in 1996 and has led to widespread questioning of the players' conviction in their manager's approach.
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"I'll be surprised if he goes", he said.
Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud has said he hopes manager Arsene Wenger will stay on past the end of the season.
"He's taking the club backwards".
The 43-year-old guided Dortmund to a second-placed finish in the German top flight last season, although they sit in third place this year while also making the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
"Let's stop this other myth of "be careful what you wish for" and 'what are we going to get?' and 'how do we beat a guy with this record?'"
But Giroud told French television channel Infosport+: "We want to see Arsene Wenger continue, to continue the adventure, because we support him".