Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is planning a major title push this season and the boss is aware of the need to bring in only the best to achieve his target.
Arsenal defender, Carl Jenkinson will be going back to the Emirates Stadium in the summer at the expiration of his loan spell with the Hammers.
According to Ibtimes, West Ham manager Slaven Bilic has confirmed that Gunners defender, Carl Jenkinson will be heading back to Arsenal at the end of the current season following his two year loan spell with the hammers.
Jenkinson has become a fan favourite at Upton park following some impressive performance in the last couple of seasons as the Hammers have already signed a replacement for the Arsenal defender when he returns to the Emirates. Sam Byram has joined the Hammers from Leeds United.
The Gunners England defender made the move away from the Emirates due to the arrival of French man Mathieu Debuchy from Newcastle in 2014 and the other option at rightback; Calum Chambers moved to Arsenal from Southampton.
Bellerin is now the preferred option at right back with Debuchy planning an exit from the club in search of regular playing time to boost his chance of making the French squad for the European Championships. Jenkinson has a lot of work in his hands if he is to wrestle the right back position from the impressive Spaniard.