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Jack Wilshere, without a contract, reveals that he has considered retiring at the age of 29

Jack Wilshere, without a contract, reveals that he HAS considered retiring at the age of 29 … but the former wonder boy of Arsenal believes that ‘100%’ can find a new club to rekindle his career

  • Jack Wilshere was at Arsenal between 2001 and 2018 before joining West Ham
  • He then had a stint at Bournemouth and is currently training with the Gunners.
  • The 29-year-old last played for the Cherries in their 1-0 win over Brentford in May.
  • Wilshere also enjoyed training with the Serie B Como earlier this season.


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Jack Wilshere says he can “100%” find a new club, but admits that the idea of ​​retiring has crossed his mind.

Wilshere’s career has been devastated by injuries, with a 17-year stint at Arsenal coming to an end in 2018 before failed stints at West Ham and Bournemouth, where he last played professionally in the first leg of the semifinal of the play-off of the Cherries’ Championship. beat Brentford on May 17.

The England international is currently training with the Gunners first team and the Under-23s while also working on his coach badges and, speaking with BBC Sport, the 29-year-old reveals that he is in a dilemma over whether to continue looking for a new home.

Jack Wilshere has been training and coaching at Arsenal while looking for a new club.

Jack Wilshere has been training and coaching at Arsenal while looking for a new club.

The 29-year-old returned to his childhood club last month after his release from Bournemouth.

The 29-year-old returned to his childhood club last month after his release from Bournemouth.

The 29-year-old returned to his childhood club last month after his release from Bournemouth.

Wilshere last played professionally in the Cherries' first-leg play-off win over Brentford in May.

Wilshere last played professionally in the Cherries' first-leg play-off win over Brentford in May.

Wilshere last played professionally in the Cherries’ first-leg play-off win over Brentford in May.

“I have to think about it,” Wilshere said on the subject of retirement. ‘That is why I am doing the coaching. I’ve been forced to do it a bit, but I’m grateful for the opportunity.

“If you want to become a successful coach or coach, you have to gain as much experience as possible.”

Wilshere is open to moves abroad having tried training in Italy earlier this season with the Serie B Como.

“ I believe 100% that I can still play. I don’t care what people say or write or what they say on social media. I am an honest boy.

Wilshere spent time training with Como earlier this season and is open to moving abroad.

Wilshere spent time training with Como earlier this season and is open to moving abroad.

Wilshere spent time training with Como earlier this season and is open to moving abroad.

Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori have shone since joining Roma and AC Milan respectively

Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori have shone since joining Roma and AC Milan respectively

Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori have shone since joining Roma and AC Milan respectively

‘If I didn’t think I could, I’d be the first to say’ enough, I’m going to do something else ‘.

“But I’m almost at the point where I think something different, abroad, could be beneficial for me.”

English players plying their trade in Europe are becoming increasingly common, with current England team members Jude Bellingham and Tammy Abraham pushing for Borussia Dortmund and Roma respectively, while Kieran Trippier won LaLiga with Atlético de Madrid last season and Fikayo Tomori has become a fundamental part of AC. Defense of Milan.

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