Jack Wilshere hasn’t been offered a new deal by Arsenal and there hasn’t been any official communication about the status of the negotiations with the club. The Englishman’s contract expires on 30th, June 2018 so he wants to sort out his future since he was not chosen among the players to play in the World Cup for England.
Jack Wilshere has reportedly been in contact with PSG according to the Mirror and his agent met up with PSG sporting director Antero Henrique to discuss over a possible move because the 26-year-old has finally made a decision to leave the North Londoners after finishing all his club career at Arsenal.
The gunners seem to have fully focussed on looking for a manager to replace Arsene Wenger who left at the end of the 2017/18 season and are not focussing on the renewal of contracts of players. Arsene Wenger did say recently that he was confident that Wilshere will be staying at the Emirates Stadium but that can as well change since the Frenchman is no longer a manager there yet he was the one who was advocating for the stay of the Englishman.
Wilshere has been offered a new three-year deal but he has not accepted it yet because he will get a pay cut on his current wages which he believes is disrespectful to him yet he has proved his quality to the club in the recently concluded season where he made 20 appearances in the Premier league which is the most many appearances he has made in a season in the last five years.
The 26-year-old has faced many injuries in his club career and he missed the most of the past seasons due to the long-term injuries he would sustain so this could as well be why the club is not eager to keep him.
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