It remains to be seen what happens during the rest of the season with the Arsenal and England midfield star Jack Wilshere, but it does look like there will be a line of clubs ready to compete for his transfer if Arsenal do decide that he is surplus to requirements in north London.
Just this week Arsene Wenger admitted that he could have done with having Wilshere available due to the ongoing injury of the little Spanish magician Santi Cazorla and the illness keeping our German playmaker Mesut Ozil out of the squad.
The boss also said that his decision to let Jack go to AFC Bournemouth on loan for the season was the right one, as the injury plagued 25-year old really needed the regular playing time he would probably not have got with Arsenal. It has been so far so good for Jack as his fitness and form continues to thrive on the south coast, but that has got at least two Premier League clubs keeping an eye on his situation with a view to a transfer bid in the summer.
These two clubs are Man City and Everton according to a report in The Mirror, and I doubt that they will be the only ones if Jack stays injury free. By the end of this season he will have just a year left on his current Arsenal contract, so what do you think we should do with him?