Official Negotiation Still On Going For Creative Midfielder Ahead Of Summer

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Arsenal have told Jack Wilshere they will not be offering him an improved offer after he reportedly threatened to quit the club.

Wilshere has been enraged during contract negotiations and is worried he will be forced to leave his boyhood club this summer.

The Englishman does not want to join another club, and had told Arsenal they must offer him a better deal if they want to keep him.

Arsenal have offered Wilshere a performance-based contract which depends on how many appearances the 26-year-old makes.

Wilshere would be taking a pay cut on the £90,000 he earns a week at Arsenal and has refused to sign the new deal and issued the club with an ultimatum.

But, the Mirror claim Arsenal have now responded to Wilshere’s threats and insisted their last contract offer is the final offer on the table.

Arsenal have offered Wilshere a performance-based contract which depends on how many appearances the 26-year-old makes.

Wilshere would be taking a pay cut on the £90,000 he earns a week at Arsenal and has refused to sign the new deal and issued the club with an ultimatum.

But, the Mirror claim Arsenal have now responded to Wilshere’s threats and insisted their last contract offer is the final offer on the table.

There will be no improved contract and Wilshere can either take it or leave it. The news will come as a shock to Wilshere, who would be devastated if he was made to leave the club he joined as a nine-year-old.

 It comes hot on the heels of Wilshere revealing Arsene Wenger told him last summer he was free to leave the club.

 ‘It was an honest conversation,’ said Wilshere. ‘We have known each other long enough where we can have that relationship where we are honest with each other.

‘It was boiling up for a while because everybody knew I had a year left on my deal and I had been out on loan, got injured, and wasn’t really in his plans.

 ‘He said, ‘I am going to be honest with you and at the moment we are not going to be offering you a contract, so if you can get a contract somewhere else, you can go’.

‘Obviously I was not happy with that, but at the same time I was happy he was being honest.

 ‘He gave me the opportunity with three or four weeks left in the transfer window, but I did not find anything that I wanted and at the same time I was not really fit, so I decided that I wanted to stay and build up my fitness.

‘He also said at the same time that if I did stay I had an opportunity to fight for my place, and if I performed well in the Carabao Cup and Europa League, I had a chance.’

 

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