Arsenal Prepared To Send Jack Wilshere On Loan

Posted August 31, 2016

He made only made three appearances for Arsenal last season after fracturing his left fibula.

He impressed there but injuries have curtailed his development meaning he has only played 105 times in eight years for the Gunners.

But he is sure to have plenty of options as the transfer window comes towards a close - and a switch within England has not been discounted.

Wilshere was kept out of the England squad for the World Cup Qualifiers by new manager Sam Allardyce and reiterated that the decision to do so was based on current form, with Wilshere not having too much of game time.

Former Barcelona star Xavi believes a loan deal can lead to Jack Wilshere becoming one of the best midfielders in Europe.

Arsene Wenger has chose to loan boyhood Gunner Jack Wilshere, and now has two days left of the transfer window in which to find him a new club.

The 24-year-old was also left out of Sam Allardyce's first England squad, which was named on Sunday, and he revealed Wilshere would have to be playing regular football to get back into contention for an worldwide recall, although he expected that to be with his current club.

Wilshere, who is behind Santi Cazorla, Aaron Ramsey, Francis Coquelin, Granit Xhaka and Mohamed Elneny in the pecking order, has yet to start a game this season.

"He is a guy who plays naturally behind the ball, a bit similar to Petit in the way he plays football", he said.

Established England internationals Jack Wilshere and Joe Hart look set for loan moves away from their respective Premier League clubs. Arsenal have acquiesced and despite offers from top European clubs like Roma and Valencia, Selhurst Park appears to be his destination. While playing time is important for Wilshere, it is only half the battle to make him into the player Arsène Wenger and others once envisioned.

Arsene Wenger is reportedly ready to let Jack Wilshere leave Arsenal on loan in an effort to kick-start his stalling career.