Arsenal to drop Ramsey for Wilshere after Wales World Cup woe?


JACK WILSHERE is considering quitting Arsenal in a desperate last ditch attempt to make England's World Cup squad.

Crystal Palace are also being credited with an interest and Wilshere will be aware he needs to be playing regularly as he attempts to force his way back into the England fold ahead of next summer's World Cup in Russian Federation.

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere insists that he is enjoying roles as a deep midfielder as well as an incutting number 10 and wants to get more minutes under his belt for the Gunners.

The England worldwide was sent out on a season-long loan to Bournemouth last season and the combatative midfielder made two assists in 25 appearances before suffering a broken leg.

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Wilshere, whose deal expires in the summer of 2018, has been set a December deadline to convince Arsenal he is worthy of a new deal, which he can only justify with regular appearances and an injury-free spell in the team.

Wilshere though has not played for his country since coming on as a half-time sub during last year's disastrous European Championship defeat to Iceland.

The England global is now keen to make his first appearance in the Premier League, having impressed in his limited outings thus far. Limited to a substitute's role in the Europa League against Cologne and two starts against Doncaster and Bate Borisov in the cups, Wenger seems reluctant to trust Wilshere. The England manager, much like Roy Hodgson during his time in charge of the national side, has kept Wilshere in his plans even when he is...

He will have to leave Arsenal permanently though with the report claiming Arsenal "would be writing off a potential transfer fee" so would not allow him to leave on a loan deal.