Wilshere was sent to Bournemouth last season as Wenger admitted he couldn't guarantee him regular first-team football, with the added incentive that Wilshere needed to prove his fitness to his parent club to stake a place in their starting lineup.
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However, Wenger - who signed a new two-year deal at the end of last season - reckons the England global will remain at the Emirates Stadium.
To this point in the summer, it has been unclear as to whether Wilshere, who has been linked with moves to a number of Premier League and Serie A sides, is in the short or long-term plans of Gunners boss Arsene Wenger. Despite the club's interest, Wilshere is said to want to stay with Arsenal and fight for a place.
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Wilshere made 27 league appearances under Eddie Howe last term before suffering a leg break in the Cherries' 4-0 defeat at Tottenham in April.
'But once he is ready, when he comes back, he will not be far from practising with the team'.
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With Ozil, Ramsey, Xhaka, Iwobi and the young Gunners coming through, as well as the now recovering Santi Cazorla to fit in, there is already a lot of competition for our midfield places, so should Arsenal just take what we can get for Wilshere and cut our losses?