Jack Wilshere is keen on moving to his boyhood club West Ham, if reports are to be believed.

The England international has a year left on his contract and has been linked with three clubs ahead of the new campaign. Wilshere spent last season on loan with Bournemouth before suffering an injury in April and looks to be on his way this summer.

Sampdoria reportedly had a £7.5m bid rejected, Crystal Palace have been linked with a loan move and now West Ham United are considering a £20m swoop for the playmaker, according to the Express.

West Ham are apparently monitoring the situation and Arsenal have told them they want £20m and a buy-back clause included in the contract. It’s also believed that Wilshere himself wants the move to United and has “put the feelers out” to push through the deal.

Wilshere did support West Ham as a child before he joined Arsenal aged nine. He also posted on social media “great signing” about Joe Hart’s move to the London Stadium and hasn’t posted any tweets about Arsenal for over six months.

West Ham and Arsenal will now see if they can agree on a fee.

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