Sunday, 13 November 2016

Arsenal Midfielder Admits He May Leave the Club If ...

Arsenal Midfielder Admits He May Leave the Club If ...

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Arsenal midfielder, Jack Wilshere has stated that he may have to leave the club if it turns out that he is surplus to requirement.

The English international was a potential target for AC Milan and AS Roma during the summer transfer window but he turned down an opportunity to play for these sides at the time as he preferred to stay back and work on his fitness.

Now on loan at Bournemouth, the Arsenal academy product has revealed his desire to stay at Arsenal if things go the right way. If it's the opposite, then he will have to march on.
 
“I love Arsenal and I can still see myself playing there but, as well, who knows what the future holds,” Wilshere is quoted as saying by the Daily Mail.

“I have got a year left when I go back there. I have improved as a player and Arsenal if want me back and then we will see where we go from there. But if there comes a time when I have to leave, then I have to leave. If I go back and I’m still not playing then I will have to think about things.”

Wilshere would have just one year left on his current contract by the time he is done with his loan spell and it remains to be seen if he will get an extension. Should he end up getting a new offer, the 24-year-old may still face a tough time in getting regular playtime as a result of the presence of players like Granit Xhaka and Mohamed Elneny.

AC Milan and other clubs in Europe are still monitoring the progress of the injury-prone star and would pounce if the opportunity shows up.
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