Sky Sports Journalist confirms that Arsenal will complete one more deal before transfer window ends

Arsenal are willing to let Jack Wilshere go on loan with many Premier league clubs interested in taking the England international on a temporary basis

Jack Wilshere

The 24 year old has struggled to regain his place in the gunners side this term and has played just 37 minutes so far.

He has been limited to two substitute appearances to date this season as Arsène Wenger has opted to start with a combination of the new signing Granit Xhaka, Francis Coquelin, Mohamed Elneny and Santi Cazorla in central midfield.

Clubs have been alerted to the midfielder’s temporary availability after Arsene Wenger held talks with the player and they decided a move away from Arsenal could help get his career back on track.

Wilshere, left out of new England manager Sam Allardyce’s first international squad, will be allowed to leave on a temporary basis, given that competition for a central midfield spot is likely to be fierce.

According to Sky sources, Premier League sides Crystal Palace, Bournemouth and Watford have all made offers to take Wilshere on loan, as well as Portuguese top-flight clubs Sporting Lisbon and Benfica. Although recent reports indicate that Wilshere wants to remain in the England and play in the Premier League.

Wilshere after talking with Eddie Howe and Alan Pardew has narrowed down his search for a new club to Bournemouth and Crystal Palace.

Since making his Arsenal debut in 2008, Wilshere has made just 105 Premier League appearances and despite his undoubted quality, his career stands at a crossroads.

He has two years on his contract, and if he heads away from the Emirates, stays fit, regains confidence and enjoys an impressive season somewhere else, then that puts him in a strong position to fight for his place in the Arsenal squad.

So where could he end up? Bournemouth ? Crystal Palace or even Watford ? what does the future hold?

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