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?
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 on holiday and there are photos of him and his family enjoying the off time that he has got after England’s performance turned out to be miserable in the Premier League.
The last season had been hard for his club as well as at the country level. Having played at the midfield level Wilshere is looking forward to putting away a disastrous season behind him and start afresh for the new season.
The pre season training will start off next week as part of the Arsenal club. Meanwhile the off time that the 24 year old has got is being put to keep him fit as he holidays and relaxes with his family. Indeed, his fans have been seeing pictures of him working out in different places, including the shower unit in the bathroom as he utilizes the spare time he has before he is due back for training in Arsenal in a week.
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Former Leeds player Danny Mills has stated that England will be better off dropping Jack Wilshere from the squad.
He said that at the moment he does not see what Wilshere can bring to the team and that he is just taking the space for another player in the team.
He said that Jack Wilshere seems to be a player that is out of form, and that will not be able to contribute much to the Euros. For Mills, Wilshere has not been brilliant in any of the friendlies he has played so far, and he just seems to be a player that can fall apart at any time.
Jack Wilshere has missed almost the entire season for Arsenal and has only come back for the remaining 2 games of the season. He clearly lacks match fitness and sharpness in the games he has played so far.
Roy Hodgson has announced that Jack Wilshere will be part of the England squad that will be participating in the Euros in France. He has been selected ahead of Danny Drinkwater, which has left the Leicester midfielder frustrated. Indeed, Drinkwater has been excellent throughout the season and has helped his team win the title while Jack Wilshere has hardly played this season. Continue reading Jack Wilshere should be dropped from the England squad according to Danny Mills
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is reportedly targeting a place in England’s Euro 2016 squad after completing his comeback from injury.
The 24-year-old had been missing in action for 330 days after undergoing surgery in September for a fractured left tibia, after picking up the injury during pre-season training.
Wilshere made his first senior appearance since last season’s FA Cup final when he played the final eight minutes in the disappointing 1-1 draw at Sunderland on Sunday. The England International says he has a big week ahead of him after his Sunderland run-out, but is confident he can prove his fitness in time to be in Roy Hodgson’s squad for the summer tournament in France. There have been calls on some quarters to include him in the team while others have said the English coach should pick from the in-form active English players
“It’s the best feeling.
“All those late nights and long days in the gym, this is when it really pays off.
“You can do all the training, you can play for the under-21s to build your fitness up, but what really matters is playing for the first team and getting back on the pitch, so I’m really happy. Continue reading JACK WILSHERE TARGETS EURO 2016 SPOT UPON RETURN FROM INJURY
Jack Wilshere continues to struggle with a lot of injuries in his career. The midfielder is yet to feature for Arsenal this season and doubts were growing whether he will be set for an early retirement like Abou Diaby.
The former French midfielder recently announced his retirement after several seasons of continuous struggles with injuries. Wilshere is regarded as one of the finest English talents available, but his injury record is every statistic for both club and country. Wilshere featured in only 23 appearances last season and was expected to kick on in the 2015-16 season.
Since making his professional debut for the gunners in the 2008-09 season, Wilshere has gone on to make more than 40 appearances in only one season. The 24-year-old has also been restricted to just two appearances for the England national team, who will be anxious to get him back for the Euro 2016. Wilshere is one of the important players for the national team especially after the retirements of Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard in the centre of the field. Wenger has given his support to the injury prone midfielder by stating that he is ready to give him more opportunities to prove his fitness. Continue reading Jack Wilshere continues to struggle with a lot of injuries in his career
Managing to beat a Chelsea team managed by Jose Mourinho for the first time on Sunday was a major morale booster for Arsene Wenger and his team. The Frenchman had previously failed in 13 encounters to beat Mourinho, but his team secured a 1-0 victory at the new Wembley.
This was the second consecutive Community Shield lifted by Arsenal. This is in addition to the two FA Cup titles that they have won in the last two seasons. These victories have given Arsenal a major boost in terms of confidence according to midfielder Jack Wilshere, who feels that the club can now go on and win the league title.
It has been more than a decade since the gunners last were crowned as the Premier League champions. However, they showed title winning form in the second half of last season. A run of 18 victories from the last 26 league matches meant that Arsenal finished third in the table. For a while, they appeared to have a long shot at the title. This was a tremendous improvement compared to recent seasons when Arsenal have largely been regarded as contenders only for the fourth spot. Wilshere also feels that the addition of Petr Cech is a major step towards the title. Continue reading Arsene Wenger major boost for Chelsea