It denotes a sign that you are overthinking stuffs when you commence to ponder whether or not Jack Wilshere’s performance in the mic during his team’s FA Cup victory celebration, during which he sang lots of anti-Spurs sons, was an effort to get the team’s fans on his side. In all likelihood that was just a man who got slightly too much excited after a heavy evening of parade and, given he has done exactly the same thing last year, that suggests his intention extended only as far as attempting to goad opposition supporters.
However, while the Gunners PR department may assure he is never given the mic again, this summer time could be a test to be something of crossroads for Jack WIlshere’s future career on the pitch as well. the player’s “starring” role in the FA Cup parade aside, the player has been peripheral player this season, particularly due to his injury, yet it is rather doubtful that he will have been a real choice for the first starting eleven even if WIlshere had been fit given the player options made available to Arsenal’s Arsene Wenger.
Squeezing Mesut Ozil, Alexis Sanchez, Francis Coqueling, Santi Cazorla, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, and Aaron Ramsey into the same squad has been quite tricky, without factoring Jack Wilshere in too. Indeed, the English international midfielder was not listed in the starting eleven for last term’s Wembley final win he joyously celebrated with such a gusto and a midfielder of his talents being ignored for such a moment, ever after playing in the Gunners’ two former games and scoring a goal against West Brom, will of personal interest. There has been gossip of late that Man City are interested in the Gunner midfielder, partly to beef up their number of home-grown players, partly for they lack a man of Jack WIlshere’s ilk. There is no doubt that the Englishman can fit nicely into their squad even with TOure set to remain at the team.
For his part, Jack Wilshere told Sunday Mail that the player had to feel wanted by the club, which you will either interpret as a clue that he would be available to a transfer, or an effort to engineer a juicy renewed contract. What is possibly more apt is that before his people trigger the talk with Arsenal’s people, Jack Wilshere has to show good reason for the Gunner to want such a player.