Arsenal star midfielder Jack Wilshere have reportedly agreed loan deal to join Bournemouth, according to BBC journalist David Ornstein.
The 24-year old has been recovering from an injury and Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger have held talks with the player over his future and both the player and the club were keen to seal a loan deal.
The loan deal meant Jack Wilshere could step up his recovery and get crucial first team football post his recovery. The availability of Wilshere has taken rounds all across Europe and earlier reports suggested that as many as 22 offers were received over the past two days.
The exciting midfielder whose career is plagued with injuries over the past few years have drawn attraction from Crystal Palace, Roma, Juventus and few others. However, Bournemouth have agreed a deal for the midfielder and the club would benefit the most if he stays fit.
The signing of Granit Xhaka meant the competition for places in midfield is more than before. The emergence of Francis Coquelin in the last season and the ever present Santi Cazorla meant the English international is way behind the pecking order and his playing time would be limited at Emirates if he was to stay.
Arsenal would be keen in player’s progress as he has the potential to become one of the best midfielders in Europe in the upcoming years if he doesn’t face more injury setbacks.