Tuesday, 30 August 2016

ARSENAL Ready To Let Jack Wilshere Go Out On Loan Before Deadline day

Arsenal are considering loan offer for Jack Wilshere in a bid to reinvigorate his stalling career.

Just 24 hours after Wilshere was ommited from Allardyce's first England squad, Arsenal are set to allow their midfielder to leave on a temporary basis before wednesday's transfer window dealine.

The 24-year-old's first-team opportunity is likely to be limited this season with Santi Cazorla, Granit Xhaka, Aron Ramsey, Francis Coquelin and Mohammed Elneny all vying for a place in Wilshere's prefered central midfield position.

Arsen Wenger believes Wilshere still has a long-term role at the Emirates, but feels he will benefit from playing regularly.
His availability will alert a host of Premier League and overseas clubs, although Wenger is not likely to sanction a move to a top-four rival.

Valencia made a loan move for Wilshere in January but may no longer be interested following Gary Neville's exit as their coach.
Wilshere had played only 37 minutes this season in two substitute appearance after missing most of last season with a broken leg.

ENgland Manager, Sam Allardyce, announcing his first England squad made clear the reason he had not selected WIlshere, saying: "As for Jack, he just hasn't had enough game time. Hopefully he will get that in the future at Arsenal."


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