go to site Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is looking to move out of Arsenal during the January transfer in order to join West Ham.
Wilshere spent the whole of last season out on loan to Bournemouth and his injury scare even followed him at that club as the English International broke his leg in April. This season he returned back to Arsenal hoping to revive his career but that plan has gone horribly wrong.
Wilshere came on as a substitute against FC Cologne in the Europa League last Thursday but failed to make any sort of impact. And now it is being reported that the 25-year-old is willing to move out of the club in order to make a fresh start to his career. And West Ham seem to be his next destination.
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The Hammers are reportedly interested in signing the player but only if Arsenal reduce their asking price of £20 million. The price was the only thing that put off West Ham when they had come calling for Wilshere in the summer.
The English International is in the final year of his contract and as per the report, the Gunners are yet to discuss the terms of a new contract with the player. So it will be a perfect opportunity to offload the player in January by selling him off to West Ham for a handsome fee.