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Wilshere nears a return to football and it’s in England

Jack Wilshere might make a return to football with Bournemouth soon after the Cherries manager, Jason Tindall admitted that the midfielder has impressed while training with them.

Wilshere terminated his West Ham contract in the summer after he struggled to get playing time. He is now looking for a new team, and Bournemouth permitted him to train with their squad.

He spent some time on loan at the South Coast club when he was still on the books of Arsenal. He has been working his way back to full fitness while also hoping to get a new team to play for.

The Cherries are looking for a return to the Premier League at the first time of asking, and Tindall admits that they might consider handing him a short term deal at the club.

He says the midfielder is looking sharp and signing him is something they are considering.

He told TalkSport as quoted by Mail Sport: ‘Jack’s still training with us, he’s training well, he’s looking sharp and it’s really good to have him.

‘It’s a situation we’ll keep monitoring in the next week or two and we’ll see where Jack’s at, and what we feel as a club in terms of what would be the best thing moving forward.

‘Whenever you’ve got a player of Jack’s quality training with you and you’re able to have a closer look, it would be foolish to say they’re not a chance of wanting to do something.

He added: ‘It’s just a matter of seeing where he is, if we feel he can be an asset for us in the second half of the season and then make a decision based on all the variables.

‘We haven’t had that conversation, but Jack has had a great time here, he’s loved being back here and he’s got a great relationship with all the players and staff.

‘We’ll just have to see and maybe have a discussion in the next week or so.’

Dan’s Arsene Wenger Book Review – You may be shocked

Arsene Wenger – Book Review by Dan Smith

As you can imagine as a person who loves football, reading and writing, I received lots of Football Autobiographies for Christmas. I thought whenever Arsenal are a little bit light on news, I would review various genres you might want to digest while we all remain in Lockdown.

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Opinion – Arsenal must sell these two expensive deadwoods urgently

Arsenal will benefit if they get rid of Willian and Pepe quickly! 

It is no secret that the likes of Willian and Pepe have failed to cement themselves as somewhat of a great addition to Arsenal since their arrivals..

Willian 'wooed' by Mikel Arteta's plan for Arsenal | Metro News

Willian really has no excuse, having come from Chelsea he has experience of playing in the Premier League, and apart from the one great performance back at the start of the season against Fulham, he has failed to produce in an Arsenal shirt. With the crazy salary he is on will it make sense for Arsenal to let him go to the likes of a Chinese or American club so that; one; he is off the wage books; and two; he is no longer defended by Arteta who sees what in him I don’t know! But Willian along with Pepe can go down as two signings that were a mistake!

Pepe, although he has shown glimpses, is not consistent and I personally don’t think he has what it takes to make it in an Arsenal shirt! Yes, he has the potential, but he has had time and I don’t think we can afford to give him any more time to prove himself, in case he never lives up to what we need him to. I have made no secret about my feelings for Pepe, but I have always given him a chance along with Willian when seeing both of them in the starting line-up and time after time they have both failed to impress.

So for the sake of both of these players’ careers and for the sake of our club I think it is time they review the contracts of these players and make a decision that would benefit both parties. If it continues like this and these two continue to get into the starting line-up then I fail to see the impacts they may make being a positive one, and I hope this doesn’t happen but it could well impact our club and it’s position!

I hope sooner rather than later, Arsenal rid us fans of these two, because god forbid if Lacazette and Aubameyang both get injured in unfortunate circumstances. Can you really see Willian and Pepe stepping up? Because I definitely can’t! Gooners?

 

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