Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is set to hand the club a massive boost by penning a new long-term contract upon his return to London Colney for pre-season, the Daily Mail reports.
Wilshere has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester City, as the report suggests, but it seems as though he is once again going to commit his future to the club.
Despite the constant links suggesting the 23-year-old could move on, few fans actually felt that this would become a reality such is Wilshere’s connection to the club.
Having been with us since the age of nine, the midfielder is arguably the greatest success to come out of our academy since Tony Adams.
Like the legendary skipper, Wilshere has also been tipped to become a future captain of our club to go along with his sensational midfield talents.
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Wilshere showed glimpses of what the future holds after starring for England last month and is in desperate need of an injury-free campaign to fulfil his promise for both club and country.
In full form, Wilshere is a shoe-in for a midfield spot.