Turkish Club Confirm Surprise Move For This £110,00-a-wk Creative Star

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Turkish side Trabzonspor are preparing to make an offer to sign Jack Wilshere on loan, according to reports. Unlike the rest of Europe, the Turkish transfer window is still open, so their clubs could still bring in and register new players for the season.

According to the Sun via The Daily Cannon, Trabzonspor are allegedly ready to bring Wilshere on board on loan.

Wilshere’s future has remained undecided all summer, with Wenger contemplating on selling the 25 year old.

The midfielder’s injury woes have seen him drop down the pecking order at the Emirates and with less than one year left in his contract, some decision makers at the Emirates believe this is the best opportunity to sell him.

However, suitors have been put off by his poor injury record, and with Arsenal demanding around £20m, clubs are refused to take a punt on the midfielder.

The midfielder was deemed surplus to requirements by the gaffer last season and spent last season on loan at Bournemouth, but the England international unfortunately sustained a hairline fracture to his fibula towards the end of last season.

The player is back fit now has been turning out for the under 23s this season. He however did his chances for first team contention no good after recently getting red-carded following a scuffle with a Manchester City under23 player.

Wilshere, rated as one of England’s best talents in the early days of his career now faces a tough situation. Inability to leave Arsenal could see his career stall because he is unlikely get enough game time at the Emirates.

It will be sad to see Wilshere leave without fulfilling his potential after all the hopes Gooners had on him when he broke into the first team in 2009.


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