Jack Wilshere could arrive to the MLS - reports
Jack Wilshere’s contract with West Ham United was terminated and he is now considering making a permanent move to Major League Soccer.
Earlier this month West Ham United and Jack Wilshere decided to part ways after he wasn’t taken into consideration for nine months by coach David Moyes, even though he was fit to play.
Now the former Arsenal player wants to resurrect his career since he is only 28-years-old and a move to Major League Soccer could provide him with a new opportunity.
According to the Mirror, the English midfielder has several offers from clubs in the MLS and he is willing to make a move to continue his career as a footballer. He made his debut with Arsenal at the age of 16 years old in September 2008.
Didn’t meet expectations
Jack Wilshere was considered by many to be the next Paul Gascoigne, but once he turned 18 his career took a left turn. After falling out of Arsenal’s starting XI during the 2016-17 season he was loaned to Bournemouth and one year later he was sold to West Ham United.
With the Hammers he only played 16 games and, according to David Moyes, Wilshere’s injuries prevented him from playing and the bosses made the decision to terminate his contract earlier this month.
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