Jack Wilshere is set to be offered a new contract with Arsenal, according to the Daily Star.
The England international made his Bournemouth debut at the weekend after moving to the south coast club on a season long loan last month.
Despite being deemed surplus to requirements by Arsene Wenger for this season, the Frenchman has said that the midfielder has a long term future at with the Gunners and a prospective deal is in place for December.
The twenty-four year old has battled with injury his entire career so far though Wenger believes Cherries manager Eddie Howe is the man to give him a run of games.
In total, Wilshere has racked up one hundred and sixty appearances in all competitions for the North London club, scoring twelve goals and was part of the squads that won back-to-back FA Cups while he has been capped thirty-four times for his country, scoring twice.