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.
According to reports, Arsene Wenger has rejected the idea of sending Jack Wilshere on loan to Valencia for the rest of the season after an approach from Valencia head coach Gary Neville.
The former Manchester United defender who is now the head coach of the Spanish outfit is keen to bolster his ailing squad during the January transfer window having not won a game in La Liga since taking charge in December.
Neville move for Jack Wilshere is believed to be driven by the desire for Jack Wilshere to get more playing time in a bid to make the England squad for the European championship in the summer as Neville still remains part of the England set up and shares the players concern that a lack of game at the Emirates in the coming months could hinder his chances of making Roy Hodgson’s team.
Arsenal have brought in Mohamed Elneny and Santi Cazorla would be back fit, while Francis Coquelin has resumed training meaning for the remainder of the season, it would be a real battle to win back his place in the squad and getting regular playing time would be too much a task to accomplish within the short space of time left for the season to wind down. Wilshere would have to stay fit for the remaining months of the season.