It wasn't too long ago when Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere was flirting with the possibility of leaving his boyhood club in search of consistent game time. Though, with a few injuries within the team, and the exercising of some patience, Wilshere has now found his place back in the starting line-up. Now it has been reported that the Englishmen will be rewarded by the club with a new contract.
Speaking on BBC 5 Live Sport, BBC Sport journalist David Ornstein reported that Wilshere is expected to sign a new deal in the near future, though may face a wage cut in order to stay at the club.
"I think we can expect Wilshere to sign that deal, even on inferior terms."@bbcsport_david says Jack Wilshere is expected to stay at #Arsenal on a contract with a lower salary but bigger incentives.— BBC 5 live Sport (@5liveSport) January 16, 2018
It's been a season of revitalisation for the 26-year-old who is almost on the last-chance-saloon to prove that he belongs in the plans of Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger. A season prior, Wilshere was sent out on loan to Bournemouth where he featured in