Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere was shipped out of North London on deadline day, in favour of a loan move away from the club. Whilst some will argue he was forced out, many believe that Wilshere recognised that if he is to try and get his club career back on track, he needs to go to a team that can offer him regular first team football where he can attempt to build on his fitness.
The Jack Wilshere Saga by Uche
Considering the torture that Arsenal fans normally go through in every transfer window, this must surely count as one of our best in recent memory, but does it warrant an A rating?
Former Arsenal midfielder Paul Merson has admitted his surprise at Arsene Wenger’s decision to send Jack Wilshere out on loan.
The 24 year-old joined Bournemouth on a season-long loan on Deadline Day yesterday, joining former youth team-mate Benik Afobe on the south-coast.
Our very own Jack Wilshere will finally play some regular football on loan at Bournemouth, unless of course he gets another injury. There were rumours that he demanded a loan move after Arsenal bought yet another midfielder in Granit Xhaka, and Jack was left out of the starting line-up Arsenals opening three matches.
The summer transfer window has now closed, and it is time to take a serious look at the new players we have brought into our club.
Jack Wilshere has been confirmed as joining AFC Bournemouth on loan from Arsenal for the current season.
The Cherries confirmed it on their official website with the following:
David Ornstein has revealed that Bournemouth are set to land Jack Wilshere on loan from Arsenal, with Crystal Palace giving up the chase.
The England international’s future has been at the centre of talk in today’s transfer window, with Wilshere believed to have had the pick of 22 offers to choose from.