Jack Wilshere has signed for West Ham from Arsenal on a free transfer, as the England international looks to revive his career now.
The midfield superstar who was not utilised properly by Arsene Wenger in the recent seasons has now left the Emirates and moved on with his career. He has moved to the Gunners’ domestic arrivals and will now try to revive his career after Gareth Southgate left him out of the national team for the World Cup.
With Wenger’s exit from north London, the player decided to move on with his career as well after failing to agree on new terms with the club. He will be hoping to make an impact under manager Manuel Pellegrini, who has taken charge of the Hammers recently.
Wilshere could be a key player in the Italian boss’ midfield, as he looks to make a statement now in the upcoming season, being in charge of the London based club. If the 26-year-old star can make a positive impact in the days to follow, he might be called once again to The Three Lions squad after the tournament in Russia is over.
He is not the only former Gunner to join them after Lukas Fabianski signed for them as well and will be now playing for Pellegrini’s side.
After new boss Unai Emery failed to ensure the player that he would be regular time at the club, he decided that it was high time to leave and move on with his career.
Wilshere was a loyal servant of the club for quite some time and the fans did like him a lot and would not have been happy that he left them. He was not in the best of form in recent time due to which Emery thought that it was best to let him go. The Spanish manager has already been signing a lot of new stars and will now look at more midfield targets to add to his current squad.
If things work out, the entire basic framework of the Arsenal squad might be changed this summer and it could actually be a positive thing for the club.