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Former Arsenal star Jack Wilshere says he would NEVER be part of Tottenham as midfielder turns down abroad switch


Nov 11, 2020
Former Arsenal star Jack Wilshere says he would NEVER join Tottenham as midfielder turns down overseas transfer

Jack Wilshere insists he would by no means take into account becoming a member of Tottenham as his seek for a brand new membership continues.

The 28-year-old made 197 appearances for Arsenal after coming by way of the ranks, earlier than becoming a member of West Ham in 2018.

Wilshere final performed for West Ham
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He made simply six Premier League begins for the Hammers in an injury-ravaged spell, earlier than mutually terminating his contract final month.

Regardless of admitting his admiration for Spurs boss Jose Mourinho, Wilshere is adamant he would by no means placed on a white shirt.

He informed the Tremendous 6 Podcast: “I really like Mourinho, I feel he’s an unbelievable coach. However I couldn’t do it.

“They wouldn’t have me! However I don’t suppose I might do it.

“It’s not as if Arsenal removed me and kicked me out and there’s a unhealthy feeling.

“They supplied me a deal and I wished to strive one thing else. I’m an Arsenal man.”

The midfielder is liked by the Arsenal devoted
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On Wednesday, talkSPORT’s switch insider Alex Criminal revealed Wilshere had turned down an strategy from Australian membership Western Sydney Wanderers.

Criminal claimed Wilshere’s most well-liked vacation spot is America.

He informed White & Jordan: “I form of thought he would have been fastened up with a membership by now.

“He left West Ham within the last hours of the final switch window to make a recent begin someplace else.

“[There is an] attention-grabbing story popping out of Australia this morning, my contacts over there inform me he’s had an strategy from Western Sydney Wanderers.

“They’re a giant membership over there by all accounts, wealthy with money. They’re managed by former Wales and Portsmouth participant Carl Robinson.

“They do have wage cap laws there, however Jack Wilshere would have bypassed them, he can be classed as a marquee participant.

“He’s turned down that transfer and it’s my understanding that MLS is his most well-liked vacation spot.”