End Of Jack Wilshere? Star Man To Complete SHOCK Move Away From Arsenal In Summer

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According to a report in the Express, Jack Wilshere could move to the Serie A this summer due to uncertainty surrounding his Arsenal future.

Wilshere is currently on loan at Bournemouth until the end of the season but his long term future is far from certain. The midfielder’s contract at Arsenal expires at the end of next season and he appears to be concerned about his return to the Emirates this summer.

There have been no talks over Wenger extending the player’s contract, despite impressing at the Dean Court this season and could find himself without a club in 2018.

The Telegraph claim Arsenal and Bournemouth are yet to make a decision on Wilshere’s future.

AC Milan who wanted to sign the midfielder last summer are waiting on the wings to take advantage of the situation by signing him on a free transfer if he becomes a free agent at the end of next season.

The possibility of this happening is very slim as Wenger wouldn’t want to lose the midfielder for nothing but Milan could explore the possibility of signing him this summer if they get an opportunity to.

Wilshere is a fan favorite at Arsenal and the decision makers at the club will not want to anger supporters by handling the midfielder’s future poorly.

It could be that we haven’t begun to consider Wilshere’s future so as to enable him focus on his game at Bournemouth. I trust Wenger and co to make a decision on Wilshere’s future at the end of the season when his loan spell ends.

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