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Arsenal Want-Away Wants West Ham United To Sign Him Up In January: Good Deal For All Involved?

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Anirban Sarkar
Anirban Sarkar is a former columnist of The 4th Official. A huge East Bengal fan and has travelled over 1000 miles to see his team in action.

Jack Wilshere’s future has been up in the air as the English international has been ignored so far this season. Barring a short cameo against Cologne the midfielder has mostly played for the Gunners reserves this season. The 25-year old’s current contract is going to expire in the next summer and there have been no efforts from the North London giants to extend his stay.

The midfielder has also grown frustrated over his current condition at the club and now wants to pursue a career outside the Emirates Stadium. If reports are to be believed he wants West Ham United to make a move for him in January. The talented midfielder came very close to leaving the Gunners but Arsenal’s demand of £20m put off his suitors.

The midfielder impressed in his short display in the Europa League but Arsene Wenger didn’t include him in the squad against Chelsea as the gaffer preferred Ainsley Maitland-Niles over him. This had sent a clear message to the English midfielder that he doesn’t have any future at the Emirates right now.

He was on loan at Bournemouth and for the first time in his career, he almost managed to have an injury free career at the Vitality Stadium until he picked one up in the penultimate period of the season. The playeris a boyhood fan of West Ham and now wants to fulfil his dream move to the London Stadium.

Slaven Bilic does have the room for another midfielder on the squad and a player like Wilshere could give the side a huge uplift if he remains fit, which has been a big concern for him. His box-to-box drive and energy in the middle of the pitch would allow the Hammers to provide the team with that cutting edge which is lacking at the moment.

Wilshere started his Arsenal career on a very promising note and he was supposed to be the next Santi Cazorla at the Emirates but injuries and inconsistencies have been the reason for his downfall. He still has the qualities to flourish in the English top tier but to remain at Arsenal won’t be good for his career as he needs to have regular game time, if he is eyeing a place in Gareth Southgate’s World Cup squad.

His quality has gone down a few notches due to his irregular game time but it could be revived but he needs to choose his destination wisely. Is West Ham the right club for him?

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