Arsenal news – Gunners starlet to exit, Wilshere gets police caution, Wenger: Nasri WC axe helped

Wilshere gets police caution.

Jack Wilshere has been cautioned by police following an incident in Kensington, London back in August. The caution was issued when Wilshere answered bail, according to Mirror.co.uk.

A spokesman for Wilshere said: “During a night out with friends, Jack intervened as a peacemaker in an incident. The police have accepted that Jack’s involvement was such that it could be dealt with by way of a caution. No further comment will be made as police investigations and proceedings are ongoing and Jack may well be called as a witness.”

Gunners starlet to exit.

Arsenal starlet Gilles Sunu is expected to be preparing for a move to Ligue 1 in January. Having failed to make significant waves in the Gunners’ first team since joining the north Londoners in 2008, Sunu wants to move back to his native France in the new year.

According to Peace FM Online, the star was cited by Football France in saying: “Several teams in Ligue 1 have made contact with me.” He indicated he would be willing to move back on loan until the end of the season, after enjoying a loan spell at Derby County last season.

Wenger: Nasri WC axe helped.

Arsene Wenger has said that being axed from the French World Cup squad has been the making of Samir Nasri. The talented midfielder was a surprise omission from the squad whose campaign proved ill-fated and disastrous, and Wenger believes this has only driven Nasri’s desire to prove his doubters wrong.

According to Mirror Football, Wenger said: “Not going to the World Cup was certainly a big shock for him but he is mentally strong. With his back to the wall he can respond. Don’t forget France didn’t take Benzema either. He is more efficient in what he’s doing. He has all the needed individual talent. His finishing is better, his final ball is better. I’m convinced that overall he makes steps forward.”

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