The 26-year-old is on the lookout for a new club after being told by new boss Unai Emery he would not be guaranteed to start next season
Jack Wilshere’s potential move to West Ham United is in doubt after the Hammers only offered him a short-term deal.
The midfielder is set to leave Arsenal this summer after 17 years at the club, after being told by new boss Unai Emery he will not be a guaranteed starter.
However, according to The Sun, a move to West Ham seems now in doubt.
The Hammers’ board are only willing to offer Wilshere a one-year deal owing to concerns about his fitness.
They want the England international to prove his fitness and regain his form before offering him a longer deal the season after.
Despite making 36 appearances last season, Wilshere’s troublesome injury record is acting as a deterrent for the east Londoners.
Should a deal to the Hammers fail to materialise, Juventus are also reportedly interested in the 26-year-old, despite having already signed Liverpool midfielder Emre Can.
New boss Manuel Pellegrini is currently overseeing a massive squad overhaul after taking over from David Moyes last month.
Having already signed Fulham right-back Ryan Fredericks on a free, the club moved quickly to sign Lukasz Fabianski from relegated Swansea.
They then went and broke their transfer record by signing Toulouse captain Issa Diop, bringing the central defender to the east End in a deal worth a reported £24 million.