The fact is that Arsenal are refusing to budge on their position vis-a-vis the terms of Wilshere's new contract that would see him take a 20% cut to pocket a modest £100,000-a-week.
The report claims the Red Devils are set to test the waters over potentially luring Mandzukic to Old Trafford, but a deal for the striker remains unlikely as Juventus are keen to keep hold of the 32-year-old.
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"I think that a team without a Brazilian isn't a team", Jose told ESPN Brazil.
However, the west London outfit may also be loath to potentially improve a Premier League rival like United by selling them one of their key attackers.
Wilshere is weighing up the number of first-team playing opportunities he would get at Arsenal under new manager Unai Emery against potential playing time elsewhere. This is made clear by his pass success rate of 80.2%.
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A move to Selhurst Park would reunite Wilshere with Roy Hodgson, his former England manager and a coach whose belief in the 26-year-old is unquestioned.
Wilshere's quality in possession and as a driving force in midfield can not be called into question, and he would be a decent coup on a free transfer if Everton elected to sign him. The 29-year-old France global is wanted by the Gunners "to add some steel to their midfield" says the Daily Express.
Across in Spain, AS is reporting Sevilla are preparing an offer for Real Madrid's Marcos Llorente.
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