One of Arsenal longest serving player Jack Wilshere has decided to leave the Emirates Stadium this summer after a lengthy discussion with new manager Unai Emery.
The England international rejuvenated his career at the latter part of last season having endured a horrible start to the season as he was made to sit on the substitute bench by former manager Arsene Wenger.
The 26-year-old played with an upsurge in his display in the second half of last season and the club hierarchy decide to renew his contract by offering him a three-year contract deal.
Unai Emery’s arrival seems to have spoiled the show for the England international as the former PSG boss made it clear to him that he won’t be an integral part of his team in the 2018-19 season.
In a heart-to-heart discussion with the player, Emery told Wilshere that he could spend most of next season on the bench due to his nature as an Injury-prone player.
Wilshere won’t lack new suitors considering his exploits for the North London club when in top form. As a Matter of fact, Serie A clubs including Sampdoria, Juventus and AC Milan are vying for his signature.
West Ham United and Everton are both in the race to sign capture the left-footed midfielder so as to bolster their respective clubs ahead of next season.
He is out of contract at the club, therefore, he could leave the Emirates Stadium as a free agent.