This is Wilshere’s reply to Jamie Redknapp claim about his career

Arsenal and England international midfielder Jack Wilshere has exhausted some of his precious time in replying highly-rated manager Jamie Redknapp after the ace needs to depart from the Emirates Stadium and join Bournemouth FC on loan because his career with the North London outfit looks over.

The England international midfielder will be with the Premier League outfit of  Bournemouth, who are been sponsored by Mansion Group, owner of several online casinos like, on a long term loan for the owl of 2016/17 season with the hope of getting back to his former form after he has suffered a long term injury at Arsenal. Manager Arsene Wenger and the 24-year-old ace have stressed that the England international is still in the list of Arsenal’s long term plan.

In the Bournemouth’s clash against Tottenham which ended a 1-1, Wilshere made his first 90-minutes appearance since 2014 and he had a press conference at the end of the match and he used the medium to ask manager Redknapp’s where bold claim had originated from.

He said: “I don’t know where he got that from,”

“I’m just trying to get back to what I was, enjoying my football and playing week-in, week-out and today was a massive step towards that.

“I’ve not really thought about that so how other people can comment on it…

“If he doesn’t see me going back to Arsenal then that’s up to him. He’s entitled to his opinion but I haven’t thought about that.”

However, the England international never disagree completely with the midfielder who former played for Tottenham. Redknapp’s said in his claims that the England international needs to get back to his fit and perform on the pitch as he normally do in the past and will demand leaving the North London outfit, Arsenal, for another club in his words, are bigger than the present club he plays for Bournemouth.

The England international also accepted change his environment will also bring some benefits, and he also said he is already doing that with the present club he plays for on a long term loan spell where he will have to struggle for some things that are given with Arsenal.

 “Yeah I would agree with that,”

“Sometimes when you’re at a top club and you’ve been at a top club your whole career and you’re playing week in week out it is easy to get into that comfort zone. He added.

“For me to come down here and taste a different side of the Premier League where you have to fight for everything, fight for every point and work as a team, it is definitely out of my comfort zone.”

Sure Wilshere must have considered so many things before he left Arsenal to join Bournemouth on a long term loan and the England international review his national team manager Sam Allardyce’s was planning to leave him out of England’s first team that was part of the reasons why he had to leave the Emirates Stadium and join on a long term loan where he will be offered more playing time.

Wilshere was asked if gaining his position in England team was to motivate him, he said: “No, not really.

“I have got to concentrate on myself, playing here, playing 90 minutes and getting back to my best and then I can start thinking about that.”