Arsenal will sell Jack Wilshere in January if they receive a good offer, according to latest reports.

Despite all the noise about Wilshere wanting to stay and contract talks set to get underway next month, Arsenal are apparently open to selling him.

That’s according to the Daily Express, who claim that Wilshere will be sold in January should a good offer arrive. The report seems to imply the 25-year-old could be moved on if he fails to sign a new deal.

Some difficult decisions will have to be made soon. January will be Arsenal’s last chance to get any money for their out-of-contract players. On the other hand, finding replacements would be a difficult task.

Wilshere has spoken about his desire to stay at Arsenal, but may have no other choice but to leave should he not receive more first team football. He’s been getting plenty of action in the cups, but needs regular playing time in the Premier League.

We’ll see if the speculation amounts to anything in January. Wilshere has hopes of getting back into the England national team for next summer’s World Cup in Russia, but finds himself on the periphery due to a lack of playing time in the top-flight.