Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is said to be considering his future away from our beloved club currently, and there might just be a way we could maximise such an exit.
Arsenal loanee Jack Wilshere has been selected to make his return to international action next week.
England are set to take on Scotland at Wembley on Friday evening in the World Cup 2018 group qualifiers, before taking on Spain in a friendly match the following Tuesday evening.
Jamie Redknapp claimed that Jack Wilshere has no future at Arsenal Football Club, but that will be inconceivable for most Gunners fans.
The 24 year-old is currently on loan with Bournemouth, in order to regain his fitness and enjoy a run of first-team football as he looks to get his career back on track following a number of long-term injuries.
Arsenal are going along great at the minute, having won seven games in a row and sitting joint top of the Premier League and our Champions League group. The Gunners are also one home win over lower league opposition away from a place in the EFL cup quarter-finals, so things are looking good right now.
Eddie Howe has praised Jack Wilshere, who is becoming a key player whilst on loan from Arsenal this season.
The Bournemouth boss was ecstatic when talking about his side’s 6-1 victory over Hull City, his club’s biggest ever win in the English top tier.
There are more than just the two Arsenal players out on loan at the moment and you can check out how the likes of Wojciech Szczesny, Glen Kamara and all are doing on the Arsenal website, but for now I want to focus on the Gunners that have gone on loan but stayed in the English Premier League, as Jack Wilshere and Calum Chambers are the two most likely to come back and have good football careers with Arsenal.
Jack Wilshere is currently on loan from Arsenal with Bournemouth, but his temporary boss Eddie Howe has claimed he is not fully match fit.
The 24 year-old joined the Cherries on deadline day back in August, and has helped them to two wins from three outings thus far.
Jack Wilshere has insisted he is concentrating on playing for his new temporary club Bournemouth, and does not want to talk about Arsenal, but why?
The 24 year-old chose to join the Cherries for the season in order to gain regular first-team action for the coming Premier League season, having struggled with fitness and injuries in previous years.