While it remains highly unlikely that a deal that will see former Arsenal star Jack Wilshere return to the club will happen anytime soon, the rumors linking the former England international star back to the Emirates Stadium have continued to make the rounds. The former Arsenal man has reportedly continued to be under the radar of the north London club even though there has not been any proof that the Gunners want him back anytime soon.
While playing under former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, Jack Wilshere was a fans’ favorite and started his Arsenal career at a very young age. He was handed his debut by Wenger and he went on to prove that he deserved the chance that he was given after putting in some consistent show of fine performances on the pitch for his former club. However, he could no longer continue at the club after falling down the pecking order at the Emirates. (more…)
Bournemouth midfielder Jack Wilshere has continued to attract interest from his former side, Arsenal, with the Gunners now on a mission to overhaul their squad. Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has revealed that he wants to be ruthless this summer when it comes to the handling of transfer activities, as it is expected that a couple of the players will be leaving the London club when the summer transfer window opens for business next month.
Arsenal have no one else but themselves to blame for their current predicament that will see them fail to compete in any European competition next season. The club lost the chance to participate in the UEFA Champions League next season after being unable to overturn a 2-1 deficit they suffered against Spanish opposition Villarreal in the Europa League. All they needed was a 1-0 win to seal a final spot against Manchester United. (more…)
Although he’s currently happy at his current club Bournemouth, Jack Wilshere is reportedly still Eyeing a return to the Emirates Stadium and has continued to give subtle hints that he would love the idea of a reunion with the Gunners. Wilshere started his career at Arsenal after being promoted from the club’s youth set up and would go on to have a brilliant first few years of his career with the club.
Wilshere was able to convince the club’s former manager Arsene Wenger that he was ready for big things before earning his promotion to the first team. After his promotion, he proved that he indeed genuinely deserved it with a couple of fans-entertaining performances that saw him win the hearts of the Gunners faithful almost immediately after his debut. (more…)
Former Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere was in a reminiscent mood and was looking back on his Arsenal career as he was recently involved in an interview. The English midfielder now plays for England Championship side Bournemouth and is proving to be an important player since signing for the club before the end of last January’s transfer window.
Wilshere rose up the ranks at Arsenal’s youth team and was handed his first-team debut by his former manager Arsene Wenger at Arsenal. He was a young player who yearned to be integrated into the starting XI and when he was handed the opportunity, he grabbed it with both hands and utilized it perfectly. He became a part of the first-team permanently and continued to impress even though the team had the likes of Samir Nasri, Cesc Fabregas, Alex Song, and other former Gunners stars. (more…)
Jack Wilshere was a hot prospect when he came through the Arsenal ranks before going on to feature for the first team at a young age and big things were expected of him. Jack Wilshere was expected to be a world beater with his world class talents but he has not been able to achieve this due toseveral injuries that stalled his career. His career hit a new low last summer when he was released by West Ham United despite the fact that he had one year left on the three-year deal penned when he signed for the Hammers as a free agent in the summer of 2018.
Jack Wilshere had spent all his football career at Arsenal before he opted to leave in search of guaranteed playing time. The England international left Arsenal to sign for fellow London team West Ham United for free. (more…)
Ex-Arsenal player Jack Wilshere is surprised that former Gunners teammate Mesut Ozil has been frozen out of the team under current Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta. Ozil was left out of both the squads for the Europa League and the Premier League this season. There has been calls for him to return to the first team as the Gunners continue to struggle to create chances to score goals. The lack of an efficient creative presence has affected the Arsenal team this season. The Gunners are surprisingly in the bottom six on the Premier League table. At the start of the season, senior players like Mesut Ozil and SokratisPapasthathopoulos were consciously omitted from the Arsenal team.
Jack Wilshere talked exclusively to Sky Sports about his career and the exclusion of Mesut Ozil from the Arsenal team. Jack Wilshere and Mesut Ozil shared the Arsenal dressing room for five years before the former left the club to join West Ham United as a free agent. (more…)
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has revealed that his request to train with the club’s u-23 team was turned down by the Gunners. Jack Wilshere spoke to Sky Sports about his former club as he disclosed that he sent a request to the club for him to train with the youth team. According to Jack Wilshere, the request to train with the Arsenal u-23s was sent a long time ago and that the request was denied due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Jack Wilshere has been without a club since he was released by West Ham United at the start of the season. The England international midfielder featured for the Hammers in the EFL Cup once this season before his contract was terminated. (more…)
England international Jack Wilshere had the quality to play for either Barcelona or Real Madrid in the Spanish La Liga according to former Arsenal teammates Cesc Fabregas. Spanish international Fabregas was the Arsenal skipper when Jack Wilshere broke into the first team at the Emirates Stadium at the tender age of 16.
Cesc Fabregas talked about Jack Wilshere in an interview with the Daily Mail. The Spaniard said that Wilshere had the quality to play for Barcelona and Real Madrid beforeadding that injury prevented the 28-year-old from fulfilling his huge football potentials. Jack Wilshere is presently withouta club after his West Ham United contract was terminated this summer. (more…)
Paris Saint-Germain have submitted an opening bid of £25 million for Arsenal full-back Hector Bellerin.
Football London’s James Benge claims Bellerin is still conflicted on the Arsenal rebuild under Arteta despite the impressive run under the former Manchester City assistant manager. Many sides are keen on landing the Spaniard including French giants PSG, German star-studded side Bayern Munich, and Serie A champs Juventus.
PSG moved to a new height this season as they reached their first final in the Champions League. Though they lost out to Bayern, it was an important milestone and showed growth. The Han-Dieter Flick led side won the tournament, crowning their good run all season but PSG are reworking their team to ensure an even better show next season. (more…)
Jack Wilshere has given a declaration that he is fit and absolutely ready to help his club West Ham United and they will surely win the survival battle for Premier League. He believes that the lockdown had come at the right time for him to heal his injury. The former midfielder from Arsenal is now back in full practice and training after missing it out for five-month in this season with a problem in his groin. Wilshere who is yet to play for David Moyes, the boss for Hammers, is much eager to make up the time that he has lost and impress his bid for the club to their way to safety.
When asked about how he is feeling, Jack Wilshere said that he is quite optimistic at this moment, but he is feeling happy and it is good to return to play for the club. He added that it is a good beginning for him to return to training and to look good in front of the manager. It is also important for him to show the coaching staff what he can do. Even though he got injured and football came to a halt, he continued to go to the ground for training.