Wenger finally agree to seal deal for this creative midfield star

Arsene Wenger

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Arsene Wenger is prepared to listen to offers for Jack Wilshere as the club continues to weigh up the midfielder’s future.

Wilshere is one of those who is into the final year of their contracts but the club is yet to decide whether to keep him or not.

He’s been linked with West Ham and Sampdoria  already this summer but a move hasn’t materialized.

 Wenger had yet to make a decision on Wilshere’s future before the midfielder stepped up his recovery from a leg injury for Arsenal’s U23 last week but a dismissal in that game has swayed the manager’s mind towards letting the midfielder go.

In his pre match press conference ahead of the game against Liverpool,  Wenger refused to rule out selling Wilshere before the transfer window closes.

“I’m open with Jack,” the manager said, as quoted by the Mirror. “

We have honest conversations. I’m open to what is the best for him. He is at the stage of his career where he needs to play and I can’t guarantee him that today. I think I’m quite open on that.”

From the boss’ comments, it is obvious that keeping Wilshere isn’t the club’s priority and they would allow him leave if a suitable offer comes in.

Injuries have played a key part in stalling the midfielder’s career and he will definitely need to be playing regularly to get back to his best. Like Wenger rightly said, the chances of doing so at Arsenal is very slim.

This also shows how injuries have blighted Wilshere’s career in the last few years, the one time midfielder who looked indispensable at the club is now struggling to save his future

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Boss Confirm Deal For £100,00-a-week Creative Star Man

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Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce has confirmed he will be interested in signing Jack Wilshere, if the midfielder will be willing to come down to the Championship.

Wilshere’s future has been an intense topic of debate all summer due to claims that he is now surplus to requirements at the Emirates.

Turkish club Antalyaspor were heavily linked with the midfielder but they couldn’t agree a fee with Arsenal.

Villa are another club being credited with interest in the England international and Bruce has now revealed he would be interested in signing Wilshere if the opportunity arises but ruled out spending big to land the midfielder.

Speaking on his club’s transfer target, Bruce said, as quoted by the Daily Cannon:

“Snoddy (Robert Snodgrass) is somebody I’ve known for a long time – I bought him for Hull – so that’s something we’re looking into and exploring.”

“The Jack Wilshere one – hey, who wouldn’t want Jack Wilshere? But I don’t know whether we’re capable of landing him and let’s not forget he’s only 25.

“People have said that I’ve got millions and million to spend, where it’s been the complete opposite. With financial fair play, unfortunately we haven’t got millions and millions to spend so I’ve got to be a little bit prudent, see what we can do and try and balance the books.

“In that respect it’s been a very difficult summer, but an enjoyable one.

“I think the vast majority of supporters understand that. If they think I’m going to breeze in just before last Christmas and turn it around within six months, that ain’t gonna happen.

“But thankfully we’re starting to have the makings of a very decent squad, so I’m very confident of where we sit at the minute and very confident we’ll make a fist of it.”

Bruce is obviously trying to play safe here as he knows it will be extremely difficult for him to sign Wilshere who is apparently determined to fight for his place at the Emirates.