​Jack Wilshere could be in danger of missing the summer's Euro 2016 tournament - not because he's only played six minutes of first-team football all season, but because of a fight outside a London nightclub earlier this month, which could see him grounded in the UK. 


The Arsenal star has been questioned under caution at a police station after the brawl, having come under investigation for an alleged assault in the incident. No charges have yet been forthcoming, and Wilshere will be hoping that it stays that way as he battled for a place in Roy Hodgson's squad for the tournament this summer. 


If he is charged, the ​Mirror report that the 24-year-old could be unable to go to France for the tournament, which begins for England on June 11 against Russia. The problem wouldn't be Hodgson's disapproval though - rather, possible bail conditions which would keep him in the country. 

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The alleged assault came shortly after Wilshere and his friends were ejected from the Cafe de Paris in London after it was claimed that the staff were being verbally abused, and a video taken outside the club after the altercation shows the Arsenal man trying to hide his face while a friend shouted “Jack, don’t get nicked".


Wilshere denies all wrongdoing in the incident. 


A statement from a Scotland Yard spokeswoman said: “At 02:15 on Sunday, 3 April, police patrolling Coventry Street, W1, became aware of two groups of men involved in an altercation. Officers intervened and one man claimed he was assaulted. He did not require hospital treatment. A 24-year-old man was interviewed under caution on Wednesday, 20 April.”



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