Arsenal want-away midfielder Jack Wilshere is reportedly set to pen a three-year contract before the start of the summer transfer window, according to the Mirror.
The player’s contract is due to end this month and the Gunners are doing everything possible to ensure he renews his contract so as to prevent him from moving out of the Emirates Stadium as a free agent.
Despite a report claiming that the England international is set to extend his stay, West Ham remain keen on his signature ahead of the upcoming season.
The Hammers, who had a bittersweet performance last season, are hoping to bring the richly experience midfielder to their team before the start of the 2018-19 season in August.
Should they push through in their desire to lure Wilshere to the Bet365 Stadium, Arsenal would receive nothing from his sale.
Meanwhile, Everton and Newcastle are also tracking the player’s situation at the North London club, hoping to make an official approach to his agent in the summer.
Everton were less impressive throughout last season despite signing Sigurdson and Cenk Tosun from Swansea And Besiktas respectively.
After parting ways with Sam Allardyce, the Toffees are willing to get Wilshere to play alongside his former teammate Theo Walcott so as to improve the team’s attacking flair in the upcoming season.
It remains unknown if Arsenal manager Unai Emery would want to let go of the midfield maestro for free in the summer.