Jack Wilshere, who has been nothing more than an outcast at his current club in the recent times, is looking to get himself some serious time out on the pitch and might be willing to make a move out of the Emirates Stadium in the forthcoming days. He has been targeted by a number of clubs who have been eyeing the midfielder to bring him into their lineup, including Turkish giants Fenerbahce.
Reportedly, the Super Lig club laid down a late bid to bag the player from the North London club, but it was too late to be accepted by the Gunners. However, though the bid failed to serve its purpose this summer, there is a chance that the club might try their luck once again to bag the Arsenal midfielder during the next transfer window and get him into their side to strengthen it for the rest of the season.
Wilshere has suffered a lot due to his injuries throughout his stay at the Emirates Stadium and has also fallen out of favour under the present manager Arsene Wenger.
He was sent on loan in the last term to join Bournemouth but was unimpressive during his short tenure of one season with the South Coast club, as they managed to break into the top ten on the league table and end the season in the ninth position.
However, the player has once again returned to the North London club and has found himself out of the first team and is currently playing with the reserves. A return to the first team is quite unlikely for the 25-year-old and it might be a wise decision for him to join another team where he can get regular outings, given he remains fit throughout the season.
Fitness has been a major concern for the English international and has bogged him down throughout his career in the Premier League so far. Wilshere played 29 games in the last term for the Cherries before breaking his leg and was again sidelined.
However, Fenerbahce are hopeful that the 25-year-old might be a valuable addition to their side, helping them to achieve better results in the domestic as well as European tournaments. It might also be a good opportunity for the player to get some much-needed game time and first team action so that he can prove that he is far from finished his career that has been plagued with injuries. But should Arsenal let him go?
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