I know it’s only February and we hate to overdo it on the transfer front outside the actual transfer windows, but there is a number of stories which are popping up regarding Arsenal.
Jack Wilshere is well into the final year of his contract currently, and has so far failed to agree new terms to extend his stay at Arsenal.
The midfielder has been a Gunner his whole career, and had he never sustained any injuries, he would no doubt be our captain and main midfield star.
Lee Dixon has claimed that Jack Wilshere should be the first name on the Arsenal team-sheet for the crunch encounter with Tottenham Hotspur this afternoon, and having had a bet on the Gunners using my wm 2018 wetten bonus code I hope for once that the Boss gets the team selection right. The Gunners travel across North London to take on their noisy neighbours, and Arsene Wenger may have some tough decisions to make for this crucial encounter.
Arsene Wenger revealed plenty of information on his upcoming line-up to face Tottenham Hotspur, and it pretty much leaves just one spot up for grabs.
The Gunners will make the short trip across North London to Wembley on Saturday to take on their noisy neighbours, and will be full of confidence after their 5-1 demolition of Everton only last week with their new-look attack out in full force.
Arsenal’s official Twitter account sent out a message of congratulations to Jack Wilshere this afternoon, and many fans jumped to the wrong conclusion.
The Gunners page was sending out a message of congratulations to the former youth product for winning the January Goal of the Month Award, for his strike against Chelsea in the Premier League encounter, beating Lacazette’s strike against Crystal Palace into second.
Arsenal are set to open talks with Aaron Ramsey over a new contract, but are preparing for a rocky start to negotiations.
The Gunners underwent a torrid time lately, with Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil appearing to hold our club at ransom, and we ended up being forced to allow the Chilean to join rivals Manchester United, although I can’t help but be happy with our exchange, with Henrikh Mkhitaryan moving in the opposite direction.
Jack Wilshere is believed to have been offered a new contract with reduced terms, but can Arsenal really afford to play hardball?
The England international has proved to be an important player for the team since making his return to first-team action, and has been consistently amongst our better players since coming in to cover for the injured Aaron Ramsey.
Jack Wilshere is the latest Arsenal star to fall foul of injury in recent weeks, and he isn’t known for his swift recovery time.
The England midfielder was our captain for the encounter with Chelsea yesterday, and he was more than deserving of the Man of the Match award, but unluckily had to limp off the pitch just under an hour into the 90 minutes.