Newcastle United fans have been discussing the prospect of the club signing Jack Wilshere from Arsenal in the January transfer window.
It was reported by The Sun in August that Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez wanted to bring the England international to St. James’ Park.
Nothing materalised and Wilshere remained at Arsenal, but could a move happen in the January transfer window?
The 25-year-old is struggling for playing time at the moment, and with his current contract at Arsenal running out next summer, the Englishman could be tempted into making a switch away from the Emirates Stadium in the January transfer window.
Wilshere has yet to make a start a game in the Premier League so far this season, but the England international has started four Europa League matches.
According to The Express, the 25-year-old earns £90,000 per week at Arsenal at the moment.
Newcastle fans have been discussing the prospect of signing Wilshere from Arsenal in the January transfer window. While some are in favour of the move, others do not want him at St. James’ Park.
Come to #NUFC Wilshere. Wenger’s never gonna trust you again.— Alex McCarthy (@Al_Mac8) 26 November 2017
We can improve this squad with loan signings in Jan if money is thread bare like Ings Wilshere Shaw who all need game time. Plus sell Gayle or Mitro & buy CF #nufc— Chris Currie (@Wig82) 25 November 2017
Erm.....nope. 4 games a season on 100k a week...nope— mickclark6441 (@mickclark6441) 24 November 2017
Be better in the No. 10 role than that fraud Perez.— Dean Gardner (@BlueSapphires02) 24 November 2017
In a heart beat. Incredible talent.— dcro1 (@CrosierDavid) 24 November 2017
No thanks. Averaged 10 games a season over his career. Massive wages.— Tynemouth Surf Cafe (@SurfCafeTM) 24 November 2017
he is still quality mate he looked class again the other not many better wen fit— danny pike (@PikeMr) 25 November 2017
Yes please— Niki (@Nikijosie) 24 November 2017
If he's fit and we can get an injury clause in the loan then no brainer. He'll be playing for a World Cup place too. Sort of player that could be the difference between staying up.— Ian Anson (@icanson89) 24 November 2017
1 of the most overrated footballers in the premier league, so it’s a No thanks— Michael Bates (@michaelbates66) 24 November 2017