Epl contender, West Ham United have terminated the contract of Jack Wilshere at the club on transfer deadline day.
The announcement was made by the London club on Monday evening.
Jack Wilshere came through the ranks at Arsenal before making his debut as a 16-year-old in 2008.
He spent a decade at the club before moving to West Ham United on a free transfer two years ago.
His time at Arsenal was filled with various injury problems as the England international failed to fulfill the high expectations set for him at both club and country level.
Upon joining West Ham United, the player signed a three-year contract worth £100,000 on a weekly basis.
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That contract was terminated yesterday with one year remaining on it.
In his response to the news, Jack Wilshere took to his social media account to say that he had been fit for months and that he was frozen out of the first team.
It had been widely thought that the player was not fit.
Jack Wilshere is now a free agent and can move to any club despite the fact that the transfer window ended on Monday night.
In a related development, former Arsenal winger Theo Walcott has left Everton to join former club Southampton on loan for this season.
Walcott, 31, started his career at Southampton before joining Arsenal as a 16-year-old in 2006.
He moved from Arsenal to Everton in January 2018.