Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has urged the club to retain the services of England international teammate Theo Walcott.
Walcott is currently locked in contract discussions with the Gunners, with the club’s hierarchy unwilling to match his wage and playing-time demands for an extension to his current deal which expires at the end of this season, leading to speculation that the 22-year-old may be sold in the January transfer window.
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“Theo has been great,” said Wilshere. “His future is down to him and the boss to sort out. I hope he does sign. He has been great for us. He’s an English lad and great to have around.”
Arsenal next face a home clash with Fulham as they look to improve on their stuttering Premier League form of late, which has seen them only take one win from their last three matches.
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