Arsene Wenger confirms he wants to keep Jack Wilshere at Arsenal

Arsene Wenger confirms he wants to keep Jack Wilshere at Arsenal

Jack Wilshere has been offered the chance to restart his stalled career, reports The Sun, but the unwanted Arsenal midfielder has reservations about his potential rescuers - Aston Villa.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has stated that Jack Wilshere will remain at the north London-based club this season.

Mohamed Elneny considers Arsenal as his home and remains keen on giving his best to help the club.

The 25-year-old made 27 Premier League appearances for the Cherries however, manager Eddie Howe decided against making the move permanent.

He said this morning: "I think so, yes".

Yet the England worldwide is 11 years younger than Terry and rather than entering the twilight years of his career, should really be about to hit his peak.

Arsenal have rejected a £10.9million bid from Deportivo La Coruna for wantaway striker Lucas Perez, according to the player's agent.

"I opened the door for him because I have many strikers".

"After that, let's take it game by game - go to Stoke - then to Liverpool, who are as well one of the teams who want to win the Premier League".

Wenger has signed Bosnian defender Sead Kolasinac in a free transfer from Bundesliga outfit Schalke 04 back in June to improve his defensive options. He might play again on Monday night (for the under-23s) but overall, what is important for him is the natural progression to be completely fit.