Jack Wilshere considering leaving Arsenal

The midfielder is concerned over his role under Unai Emery

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Arsenal ace Jack Wilshere has been linked with a summer exit from the club as he is yet to commit to a new contract at the Emirates Stadium. He will become a free agent at the end of the month when his contract expires and could leave on a free transfer.

The England International, who has been at the club since 9, has made it clear that his preferred option is to stay at his boyhood club even before Arsene Wenger retired. The Frenchman has also expressed his desire to keep him at the club beyond this summer.

The 26 year old was offered a new deal but have to take a 25 per cent pay-cut on his £120,000-a-week wages though he is not happy with the incentivised deal offered.

Jack Wilshere is uncertain if he will ink fresh terms with Arsenal thanks to concern over his role under manager Unai Emery, according to the Daily Mail .

The midfielder has been offered improved terms by Emery but he wants assurances over his game time and role for the upcoming season. He wants to stat but is determined to play regular football.

He fears that he will not be a key player under former PSG boss and is concerned that his career will regress without regular football next season.

The Gunners already have Aaron Ramsey and Granit Xhaka(who recently signed a new contract extension) in the midfield and are close to signing of Lucas Torreira from Sampdoria which would create even more competition.

Wilshere has already received offers from the clubs like  Everton, Wolves and West Ham and Juventus. He has also been linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain but it is unlikely Thomas Tuchel will make a move for him.

He managed to score 2 goals and assisted 5 in all competitions for the Premier League giants last season finished 6th in the Premier League.

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