August 15, 2017 by
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere returned for the U23s in Monday night’s clash against Derby, having recovered from a leg fracture and now looking to build up his match fitness for the new season, reports the Daily Mail. The English international picked up the injury in April during a season-long at Bournemouth last season but is making positive steps to returning.
He played 75 minutes at St George’s Park in the Premier League 2 and impressed on the ball. The pace of the game is a lot slower, but Wilshere still stood out as one of the better performers on the pitch. It’s good news for Arsenal and manager Arsene Wenger, as having the 25-year-old back will be like a new signing. .......Read more here.....
August 13, 2017 by
Newcastle United are preparing a bid for Arsenal’s out-of-favour central midfielder Jack Wilshere, according to the Daily Express. The report also claims that Wilshere has accepted the fact that he is now surplus to requirements in north London.
The 25-year-old’s contract in north London expires next summer and it seems unlikely that a chance offer will be forthcoming.
Wilshere needs to prove himself
In his teen years, Wilshere was supposedly destined to be a star. However, the midfielder’s problems with injuries are well documented, as close to a decade Wilshere has struggled to stay away from injuries. .......Read more here.....
August 01, 2017 by
According to the Daily Mirror, Arsenal are struggling to get rid of some of their unwanted stars this summer because of their high salaries.
The Gunners have a number of players that they are looking to sell this summer. The likes of Jack Wilshere, Lucas Perez, Kieran Gibbs, David Ospina, Mathieu Debuchy, Carl Jenkinson and Calum Chambers are all seemingly surplus to requirement in north London.
The players seem happy to leave the club, as they are unlikely to feature heavily for the first-team next season.
However, there seems to be one major sticking point for their exit, their high salaries at the Emirates Stadium. The players seem unwilling to take a pay-cut, even if it means regular action elsewhere in the Premier League. .......Read more here.....
July 27, 2017 by
Arsenal continue their preseason with the Emirates Cup that will this season see Premier League giants play host to the likes of Benfica, Sevilla and RB Leipzig.
This year’s edition of the tournament will be the ninth in total. The tournament will take place at the Emirates Stadium over the forthcoming weekend with all four teams playing twice.
The Emirates Cup precedes the Community Shield match and comes as a perfect opportunity for Gunners to gear up for the match against Premier League champions on 6 August. .......Read more here.....
July 22, 2017 by
According to the Telegraph, Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is a target for three Premier League clubs this summer. The English international has just 12 months on his deal with the Gunners and has yet to have been offered a contract extension.
Wilshere spent last season on loan with AFC Bournemouth, citing the decision to leave due to a lack of opportunities at Arsenal. The playmaker is in a similar predicament this summer and may be considering his offers as a result – not to mention currently recovering from a broken leg. Swansea City, Newcastle United and West Ham United are keen on his signature. .......Read more here.....
July 20, 2017 by
According to the Daily Star, Arsenal are willing to sell midfielder Jack Wilshere this summer, but only for the right price. The English international has been linked with a move away from the Emirates Stadium as a result of a lack of playing time, and West Ham United are reportedly leading the race for his signature.
Wilshere has been rated at £20m by Arsenal but has been subject of a £6.5m bid from Italian Serie A side Sampdoria, which is believed to have been rejected. The playmaker is out of contract next summer so Arsenal will be forced to either sell him or extend his stay. .......Read more here.....
July 18, 2017 by
According to the Daily Mail, Arsenal are looking to offload a number of players in order to up their bid for Monaco winger Thomas Lemar. The report suggests that the French champions want a fee close to £80million for the youngster.
Always the economist Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is attempting to raise the funds by selling players, including the likes of Lucas Perez, Theo Walcott, Wojciech Szczesny, Jack Wilshere and Kieran Gibbs.
A club-record fee
Arsenal have already broken their club transfer record to sign striker Alexandre Lacazette for a fee of around £52million. However, it seems that Monaco are playing hardball over Lemar and the Gunners would need to break their transfer record to sign the youngster. .......Read more here.....
July 15, 2017 by
The Daily Mail website was running a story about Sampdoria bidding £9million to sign Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere this summer. However, the Italian club are worried they may not be able to meet the Gunners financial demands.
The midfielder has just 12 months left on his contract in north London. It would not be a major surprise if he leaves the club.
He spent last season on loan at Bournemouth and made 27 appearances before unsurprisingly his season was cut short through injury. In reality, he failed to really shine for the Cherries, although he did produce a few decent performances .......Read more here.....
July 14, 2017 by
It’s been another noisy week in the transfer market.
North London club have been at the epicentre with a couple of newsworthy stories linking Gunners with several surprising potential ins and outs.
First off, the British media are buzzing about the news first broken by the highly-reliable Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio who claims Gunners have joined the chase for Chelsea midfielder Nemanja Matic.
The Serbian international is heading towards the exit door at Stamford Bridge with Blues having all but secured a move for AS Monaco star Tiemoue Bakayoko. .......Read more here.....
June 27, 2017 by
A new dawn might be on the horizon for Arsenal fans who could witness a major squad overhaul during the summer transfer window.
As reported per Independent, the Gunners are set to drop no less that nine first-team players as the club finds itself under pressure to cut wage bill in order to fall into the parameters of the Premier League’s new cost control plan that comes into effect this summer. .......Read more here.....