WILSHERE CLOSE TO WEST HAM MOVE

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

JACK WILSHERE TO LEAVE ARSENAL?

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?

Wilshere getting better

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

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