Published: Thu, October 12, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

'Fully-fit' Wilshere facing up to permanent Arsenal exit

'Fully-fit' Wilshere facing up to permanent Arsenal exit

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere, 25, will entertain all offers in January as he seeks to claim a place in Gareth Southgate's England squad for Russian Federation 2018, according to The Times.

Crystal Palace are also being credited with an interest and Wilshere will be aware he needs to be playing regularly as he attempts to force his way back into the England fold ahead of next summer's World Cup in Russian Federation.

The Englishman is yet to play for the Gunners in the Premier League this season, but Wenger insists his time is fast approaching.

'I don't think he has to leave.

"I believe Jack is in the best form I have seen him in for a long time", Wenger told reporters at a press conference on Thursday.

"He is very close to be considered like everyone else".

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The article claims that Wilshere, whose Arsenal deal expires next summer, has been fully fit all season, but Arsene Wenger has been unwilling to use him in the Premier League.

Despite being limited to two Europa League games and the Carabao Cup so far, Wilshere has used his time on the pitch well to stake his claim for the first team.

"If he keeps going like he is he will go the World Cup".

Wilshere has 34 England caps to his name, but has not played for the Three Lions since the European Championship last year and has not been part of a squad since November last year.

While Arsenal spent big on Lacazette, they acquired the versatile Kolasinac on a free at the end of his Schalke contract and have seen the 24-year-old heralded as one of the bargains of the summer.

"Jack is more of a No.10 than any other player". He can open spaces, he can play in tight areas and he can get out of tight areas as well'.

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