Arsene Wenger gives latest update on Jack Wilshere Injury | Arsenal Viral

Arsene Wenger reveals latest update on Jack Wilshere Injury. The midfielder who injured during Arsenal training ahead of Community shield game against Chelsea at the start of the 2015-16 campaign.

Jack Wilshere is yet to be feature for Arsenal this season after fractured his left fibula. Arsenal fans are concerned about Jack Wilshere latest set-back.

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Arsene Wenger confirms Jack Wilshere ruled out for at least another 6 weeks after latest injury setback. Arsene Wenger Describes Wilshere injury as “He will not be back before February, that’s for sure. I said February but honestly I don’t know.”

This is also a huge blow for England fans and Roy Hodgson who was waiting for Jack Wilshere for Euros 2016 but disappointingly he picked up another set-back.




Its confirmed that Wilshere is at least out for 6 weeks but after 6 weeks can Wilshere make a comeback? The boss describe this as “I said February but honestly I don’t know. I let him do his recovery. It’s going slowly.”

“Once he goes outside to train and is back again into sharp, hard work physically, you count five or six weeks. At the moment he is not there yet.”




It means that Wilshere is already certain to miss the heavyweight Arsenal clashes against Liverpool and Chelsea in January and also a doubt for Arsenal crucial Champions league tie against FC Barcelona, with the first leg scheduled for Feb 23 at The Emirates.

With Jack Wilshere latest Injury Arsene Wenger and Arsenal board finally made a decision to sign FC Basel’s defensive midfielder Mohammed El-Nenny for a fee about 5-7 million euros.




According to Swiss reports, Arsenal will complete the signing of Mohamed Elneny from FC Basel when the transfer window opens.

We Feel sorry for Jack Wilshere… Arsenal through and through…. These injuries are damaging his potential. Get well soon Jack Wilshere! Watch the video below of Jack Wilshere Top 10 goals ever, he is such a promising talent!!




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