It was a shocking scenario last Thursday as Arsenal star player Jack Wilshere was surprisingly left out of England’s World Cup squad by Southgate.
Despite his success in rejuvenating his career, the veteran holding midfielder was snubbed by the England national team coach for the Russia 2018 World Cup.
Having failed to make the squad list coupled with his contract’s saga at Arsenal, the 28-year-old is set to move out of England in the summer.
According to L’Equipe, Paris St-German are tracking his situation at the Emirates Stadium and they are ready to make an official approach towards snapping him up ahead of next season.
Juventus were earlier linked with a move for the midfielder in last winter market but nothing materializes between both parties.
In April, there was another report via The Daily Mirror that Wolverhampton Wanderers — who recently got promoted to the top-flight League — are eyeing a possible swoop for his signature as they hope to remain in the League for long period of time.
With his contract expiring in the summer, Juventus are going to pay nothing for his signature.
Though Wilshere is an injury-prone player, his qualities are never in doubt as he has proven over the years to be a game-changer, as long as he remains in full fitness level.
The Gunners would be doing everything possible to avoid losing him as a free agent, considering how long he has spent at the Emirates Stadium.