Monday 3 April 2017

Bournemouth determined to sign Wilshere permanently

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe remains determined to sign Jack Wilshere on a permanent basis, despite relegating the midfielder to the substitutes' bench. Wilshere's arrival on loan from Arsenal last summer may be considered a significant coup but he has started the past four games on the bench and was left out of the most recent England squad.
Howe remains keen to land Wilshere at the end of the season and he said “I've always said, we love Jack, we would love to sign him', but that decision will rest with Arsenal, with Jack, with other people: it's out of our hands. And Jack may well see his future elsewhere. He did say as soon as he came to us that he'd totally commit to us for the season, and then in the summer sort out his future. There's so many variables, there's so many things that can change, it's not the right time. We've got to concentrate on results and the games we've got coming up. Jack obviously wouldn't want to start from the bench, he'd want to be playing, but since the Manchester United game the team's done very well, and it's very difficult to take either centre-forward out. What he has done when he's come on is showed he's got a great attitude; he's trained so well, and that's reflected when he's come on the pitch, he's been outstanding. He really was the defining factor in us gaining total control against Southampton.”

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