Wilshere to Everton?

jsp

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seems only logical that Everton would be in for him reports are they’re willing to offer him an £8m signing bonus to join them on a free transfer in the summer.

Arsenal have apparently offered him a new contract worth £90k a week with bonuses but that is less than his current £110k a week deal so you can see why talks have stalled.

He’s basically been fit all seasons so I wonder if bigger clubs might show some interest in him as with no transfer fee is he worth the gamble?
 
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I would take the gamble, I think he is probably the best English midfielder when fit. Not that I think he would ever come here but if he was to leave Arsenal I think there be a lot of suitors.
 

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I think he’d come but I don’t think he’s worth the trouble if I’m honest.

He’s a good player but he’s not a great player and we need to bring in top class if we want to chase down City.
 

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He's a bit of a hot head but I think his discipline is actually alright and he seems to have changed his game a bit to help avoid injuries but that is what has changed him as a player.

I think he'll end up comprimising and staying at Arsenal.
 

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I meant position wise rather than mentally, not sure he's what we're after really.
 

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He'd add some creativity into that midfield. Matic and Mctominay playing in there on saturday night really lacked a spark. Granted Pogba wasnt there but we are lacking in there big time. His got question marks over his fitness sure, but what I do like that he does is carry the ball forward with a real purpose. Nothing square. Nothing backwards. Just on the front foot. Is he a big enough name? Not sure, but for essentially a free transfer I wouldn't dismiss him.
 
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