West Ham United have joined the race to sign Jack Wilshere, according to Sky Sports.
The England international announced that he was going to leave Arsenal when his contract expires next month following a seventeen-year association with the club.
The Hammers one of the sides linked with a move for the twenty-six-year-old during the 2017/18 campaign with Crystal Palace and Bournemouth also in the running, along with a host of sides across Europe.
In total, Wilshere racked up just shy of two hundred appearances for the North London side, scoring fourteen goals – two of which were recognised as the BBC’s Goal of the Season.
He was part of the squad that won the FA Cup in both 2014 and 2015 though went on to spend the 2016/17 campaign on loan with Bournemouth while he also had a brief spell with Bolton Wanderers earlier in his career.
He has been capped thirty-four times for England, scoring twice.
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