Latest reports are claiming that Juventus are eyeing a deal to bring Jack Wilshere to Italy this summer, with the player set to depart on a free transfer at the end of his contract.
The English midfielder Jack Wilshere spent the first six months of this season begging Arsene Wenger to talk to him about a contract extension at Arsenal, but the Boss kept putting him off by saying that he would talk to him before the January transfer window despite Wilshere making it clear that he never wanted to play for any other team but 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.
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.
Wojciech Szczesny has claimed that he left Arsenal in order to join Juventus because of their ‘winning mindset’.
The Gunners have failed to win a league title since the Invincibles year in 2004, and you could argue that the club have failed to do enough to challenge the big spenders in order to mount a serious challenge, but it still hurts to hear one of our former players admit to it…
Reports in France are claiming that Arsenal failed in an attempt to sign Blaise Matuidi this summer. The midfielder joined Juventus in a reported £27.8 Million deal from Paris Saint-Germain this summer, but is claimed to have rejected ‘advances’ from Arsenal, Manchester United and Man City.
Italian champions Juventus are keen on a move to sign Shkodran Mustafi from Arsenal this summer supposedly.
The Old Lady sold Leonardo Bonucci this summer to AC Milan, with the Italian having fallen out with manager Massimiliano Allegri during the previous campaign, and are yet to replace the international star.
Arsenal have supposedly been offered Juan Cuadrado for a fee of £26.8 Million, while our bids to sign both Thomas Lemar and Riyad Mahrez have both taken blows.
The Gunners have been pursuing a deal to bring Monaco’s Lemar to London, but have so far failed to tempt the French champions to accept one of three supposed offers.