Arsenal midfielder is set to miss the friendly match against the Netherlands due to an injury. The player was hoping to play for England again after being out of the national team for two years because of repeated injuries. The England midfielder has managed to force himself back in the Arsenal team after having spent the last season on loan with Bournemouth.
Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger insists that Theo Walcott is still needed at the club. A legend of the same club Ian Wright advised Walcott to exit in the winter window but the French manager disagrees. Wenger wants the 28-year old to remain at the Emirates despite playing just 48 minutes in the Premier League this term.
Wenger said clearly that he does not want Walcott to move on. He says the forward would get his time in the league. He blamed the situation on the rotation policy he is employing this term. He says Walcott’s low minutes in the league is because the club plays Thursdays and Sundays most time so he has lesser minutes in the league compared to other competitions.
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Monaco winger Thomas Lemar says that he is extremely happy to remain at the French club after watching his £ 92 million move to Arsenal collapse on the transfer deadline day.
The French winger has been a target for Arsenal throughout the summer, but the gunners did not make a solid bid until the transfer deadline day. Barcelona and Liverpool had been showing plenty of interest in the player throughout the summer, but it was the latter who came in with official offer. Liverpool came up with an offer valued at around £ 65 million, but it was rejected by Monaco.
The French outfit have already sold several of their stars over the summer, and were not ready to lose Lemar. However, the £ 92 million offer from Arsenal proved enticing and it was accepted by Monaco. This was seen as a key move as it would have meant Alexis Sanchez moving to a Manchester City in at £ 60 million deal. However, Thomas Lemar decided to turn down the opportunity to sign for the gunners at the last moment. Continue reading Thomas Lemar Explains Decision to Reject £ 92 Million Move to Arsenal
Arsenal star Jack Wilshere is back in training at the north London club but he would join West Ham soon, according to reports.
The player got injured late last season but the 25-year old is expected to return to fitness soon enough for the move.
Wilshere was the Gunners’ youngest debutant in the league back in 2008 when he featured before he turned 17. His development at that young age was a beautiful sight. He was expected to grow into a star central midfielder or one that would feature behind strikers. After a short stint on loan to Bolton Wanderers, Arsene Wenger brought the player back to the Emirates.
Wilshere since returning has been injured almost on a regular basis. He was injured in the 2011/12 season. The ankle injury ensured he returned late 2012. He returned with a bang against QPR but has been going through a boom and bust cycle ever since. Continue reading WILSHERE CLOSE TO WEST HAM MOVE
Arsenal star Jack Wilshere does not have any mention of the club anywhere on his Twitter bio as many would expect.
He proudly gushes about being a pro baller and a “Nike UK athlete.” He has not being released after the Premier League published a list of released player, yet the player did not even share in the FA Cup celebrations. Anyone would assume his time at the Emirates is up.
He spent the last term at Bournemouth but he is back to the club since The Cherries refused to keep him longer. After all the hype around him has worn off, the player is struggling to keep a shirt at the club. With more pressure on Arsene Wenger to get the league title, there is a slimmer chance that Wilshere would remain.
He is expected to go elsewhere for ‘development’ while Wenger employs others. There are strong rumours that Arsenal are trying to quickly tie down Alexis Sanchez, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and MesutOzil.However, no one is even mentioning talks about Wilshere getting a new deal. Continue reading JACK WILSHERE TO LEAVE ARSENAL?
A report by Sky Sports looking at injured players in the Premier League from 2011/12 downwards has identified Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere as the most injured player.
The Three Lions player in the last six seasons has missed at least 884 days of footballing action. The injuries were recorded by Physioroom.com.
Wilshere picked up mostly foot and ankle injuries during the time he was sidelined, analysis reveal. Almost seventy percent of the 879 injuries he endured in a Gunner shirt were foot and ankle related.
Then there’s another Arsenal star in AbouDiaby. The ex-Emirates star was sidelined for 858 days before he eventually exited the club in 2015.
The duo and others ensured Arsenal are the Premier League most hit side in the period under consideration. Over 10,000 days were lost to injuries, as different players limited the strength of the team. Manchester United and Everton FC are second and third with 9,600 and 8,058 respectively. Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur complete the top five teams hit with a spate of injuries in the Premier League for the six years. Continue reading WILSHERE IS PREMIER LEAGUE’S MOST INJURED PLAYER
Premier League side Bournemouth want Arsenal transfer player Jack Wilshere to remain at the club.
The South Coast side want the Englishman to make his move to the club a permanent one after the player joined them on a loan deal last summer.
Coach Arsene Wenger sent him there to get regular action whilst watching his progress. The player has been decent for the club and there have been interests in him that might see him leave anytime soon but the Cherries want him to extend his stay.
Wilshere has played 19 times for the side this Premier League campaign. His display is instrumental to the club’s 12th place spot in the current standings. However his future at the end of the season remain a doubt with the player linked to offers away from England. Continue reading BOURNEMOUTH WANT WILSHERE TO STAY
England and Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere who is currently on loan at Bournemouth seems to be getting better as the season goes by.
The player has been allowed to leave on loan by Arsene Wenger in order to rediscover his form.
Indeed Jack Wilshere has suffered various injuries during the recent seasons, and this has undoubtedly affected his performance on the pitch. With the quantity of talented midfielders at Arsenal, it was impossible for the French manager to guarantee Wilshere that he will get enough playing time in the first team.
Arsene Wenger believes that there is nothing better than first team football and that Jack Wilshere will benefit from playing regularly in the Premier League. Although Jack Wilshere would have been playing with the reserve team at Arsenal, Arsene Wenger thinks that it will be better for him to get real competition in the Premier League. Continue reading Wilshere getting better
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe said that Arsenal loanee jack Wilshere is not his priority as Bournemouth gets se for Hull City this weekend.
Wilshere moved to Bournemouth on a year loan deal but is yet to get a full game under Howe who seems only focused on steering the ship of the club. Wilshere made the move in a bid to restore his career back on track. However, he hasn’t been getting enough playtime for proper evaluation.
Howe insists that the playing time of the gunner isn’t a key issue for him.
“The 90 minutes with Wilshere will come, but it is not high on my agenda to talk about. The team is the most important,” Howe said at a news conference. The Tigers game at Vitality Stadium seems to be the main concern for Howe.
“We know the importance of this game. But we know the importance of every game. We feel the pressure in every match to perform and pick up points. Ultimately that is what will get you where you want to be at the end of the season.
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Jack Wilshere has been reported to be out injured for the current season due to a knee injury he picked up.
The injury is supposed to be short term but it adds to the injury crisis that Arsenal is facing. The injury crisis is threatening the start of the campaign of the Gunners after they failed to lift the Premier League last season.
“I know my body better than ever now, and I know what it can and can’t do. It can do most things — it just can’t go into ridiculous challenges. It’s more difficult in a game, but in training I can take myself out of those situations quite easily.
“I give my all and sometimes if I overstretch for something I do open myself up to an injury. But it is something I will definitely be working on by not going into challenges that are 20-80,” Wilshere said as fans worry.
This season is supposed to be the time for the player to re-establish himself after being injured for months, missing games for his club and country. He collided with his teammate Gabriel during a training session and picked up an ankle injury. Wilshere said it was a frustrating time for him as it wasn’t a major tournament but just a training session. He claimed it led him to decide avoid going to tackles. Continue reading JACK WILSHERE OUT INJURED AGAIN