New Arsenal boss Unai Emery can not guarantee the midfielder a starting berth at the Emirates
Jack Wilshere will leave Arsenal after being told he will be no more than a fringe player by new boss Unai Emery, according to reports.
The midfielder has reportedly agreed a deal with the Gunners which would keep him at the Emirates beyond the expiry of his contract next month.
However, according to the Daily Mirror, former Paris Saint-Germain boss Emery has told the 26-year-old he is not guaranteed to start under his new regime.
The England international was hurt after being omitted from Gareth Southgate’s squad for the World Cup this summer.
However, it was widely expected he would extend his stay with Arsenal – a club he has been with since the age of nine.
Wolverhampton Wanderers, West Ham United and Everton are keen on snapping Wilshere up on a free, although they may have to compete with clubs from abroad.
Sampdoria, Juventus and AC Milan are reportedly keen on signing the midfielder.
According to reports, Emery wants to keep the 26-year-old but cannot guarantee him the starting role he craves.
The club have already tied down Granit Xhaka to a new ‘long-term’ deal at the Emirates and are trying to get Aaron Ramsey to follow suit.