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Arsenal have reportedly told Jack Wilshere he can find a new club.

The England international is currently out with a broken leg and his recurrent injuries has affected his Arsenal future.

Wilshere has suffered series of injuries over the years and when everyone was thinking he had put his injury crisis behind him, he broke his leg in a game against Man City last season.

And with his contract expiring at the end of next season, the Daily Cannon say Arsenal have no intention of keeping the player and are willing to let him go if the price is right.

Sampdoria recently had a £7.5m bid rejected for the midfielder not because they don’t want to sell but because that figure is way below Wilshere’s value.

The club will be hoping higher bids come in as they attempt to finally get the injury-prone midfielder off its book.

Arsenal’s decision to sell Wilshere is a bit surprising considering it was just few days back that Wenger claimed he wants to keep the midfielder.

Speaking in one of his preseason press conference, Wenger said:

‘I think Jack will be with Arsenal next season, yes.’

‘I will give you a very focused answer on that, that he has to work hard to come back and fight for a place in the team.

‘But once he is ready, when he comes back, he will not be far from practising with the team.’

Arsenal’s decision to want to sell may not go down well with some supporters aa Wilshere is a fan favorite and is regarded as the symbol of our prestigious academy. However, it won’t be surprising to some because injuries made him feature just 19 times in the Premier League between 2014 and August last year.

A club that wants to challenge for the league title shouldn’t be keeping a player they aren’t sure will kick the ball in its squad and that means, Wilshere would have to leave.

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