Jack Wilshere could boost the home-grown quota at either Manchester City or Chelsea, according to reports.
The 25-year-old is out of contract in the summer and is attracting interest from several clubs. According to the Daily Mail, Everton, Roma, Chelsea and Manchester City have all expressed interest should Wilshere not extend with Arsenal.
The Gunners are set to sit down and hold discussions with the 25-year-old in the coming weeks. The report also claims Chelsea and City’s interest stems from their need for more home-grown players to satisfy the Premier League squad requirements.
Wilshere is playing for a new contract at Arsenal and has impressed recently with his performances in the Europa League. He made his first Premier League appearance of the season on Sunday after coming on as a late substitute for Alexandre Lacazette.
The English international looks slimmer and sharper than he has in a number of years, in my opinion. His immediate task is to prove he can remain fit while also showcasing that he still has plenty to offer Arsenal whenever he gets an opportunity.
The Carabao Cup and the Europa League have provided those chances, and he’s taken them with a number of eye-catching performances. At this rate, more Premier League football should follow, as could a recall to the England squad.