sport news Jack Wilshere refuses to rule out a shocking return to the Arsenal first team

sport news Jack Wilshere refuses to rule out a shocking return to the Arsenal first team
sport news Jack Wilshere refuses to rule out a shocking return to the Arsenal first team
Jack Wilshere refuses to rule out a shocking return to the Arsenal first team after training with the Gunners who potentially need reinforcements during the African Cup of Nations Jack Wilshere has been out of contract since being released by Bournemouth He is currently training with former side Arsenal who he left back in 2018 Arsenal could be short in midfield during the African Cup of Nations  Wilshere has refused to rule out being involved with the Arsenal first team again 

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Jack Wilshere has refused to rule out the possibility of returning to the Arsenal first team, three years after leaving the Gunners.

The 29-year-old has been a free agent since being released by Championship side Bournemouth at the end of last season. 

Wilshere has been training with the Arsenal first-team to keep his fitness up in search of a new club. 

Jack Wilshere has been training with Arsenal in recent months to help keep up his fitness

Jack Wilshere has been training with Arsenal in recent months to help keep up his fitness

The Gunners could be in need of midfield reinforcements in January with Thomas Partey and Mohamed Elneny set to join the Ghana and Egypt squads respectively for the African Cup of Nations.

When asked by talkSport whether he could make a shocking return to the Arsenal team, Wilshere did not play the thought down.

He said: 'I went there, very kindly invited by them to come and train, get my fitness back, which I’ve done.

The former Arsenal player is searching for a club following his release from Bournemouth

The former Arsenal player is searching for a club following his release from Bournemouth

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