SHOCKING As £90,000-a-week Arsenal Star To Make The Switch To EPL Rivals

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Manchester City will join the race to sign Jack Wilshere once he returns from his loan spell at Bournemouth, according to the Dailycannon.com.

Wilshere’s contract at Arsenal expires at the end of next season and the midfielder is reportedly fearing for his future because Arsenal are yet to offer him a new deal.

Yesterday, reports in Italy claimed AC Milan and AS Roma are watching the midfielder’s situation with keen interest and will launch a bid in the summer if his future is still uncertain.

Manchester City have now joined the Italian clubs in keeping tabs with the England international.

Pep Guardiola is believed to be a big fan of Wilshere and will definitely welcome the opportunity of adding such talented player to his team.

It isn’t entirely surprising that Arsenal have not offered Wilshere a new deal yet. He is away on loan, enjoying himself and it is only ideal we let him concentrate on his football.

Wenger has revealed the club’s plans to keep Wilshere, insisting talks will commence at the right time. Talks to extend his contract will likely commence when the player returns from his Bournemouth spell, so he can concentrate on helping the Cherries.

Although the player will have one year left in his deal by then, I don’t think we will have any problem convincing him to commit his future here. Jack is a true Gunner, having joined the club at the age of nine, so it is unlikely he will opt for a move to the Etihad instead of extending his stay here.

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