North London club, Arsenal are willing to let Jack Wilshere leave the Emirates on loan in order to gain ample first-team football, BBC report.
Wilshere’s Arsenal career has been plagued by injuries and last season, he was able to make only three appearances for the Gunners after injuring his left fibula.
The 24-year old played six times for England over the summer, including three games in the European Championships in France. However, he has not been named in Sam Allardyce’s first England squad this week, with the new England boss said Wilshere needs more first-team football.
Arsenal signed Granit Xhaka for £34m during the summer and it is highly likely the Swiss midfielder will be a starter under Arséne Wenger, meaning Wilshere has fallen fuurther down the pecking order at the Emirates.
Wilshere has only started 80 Premier League games for Arsenal and has appeared as a substitute two times for the Gunners this term. He has once had a loan spell as an Arsenal player – at Bolton in 2010.
Now, Wilshere has less than 48 hours to find a new club and could be the second established England international to make a loan move this summer, with Joe Hart of Manchester City poised to join Italian Serie A side, Torino on a season-long loan deal.