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Posté le: Lun 18 Juin - 09:09 (2018) Sujet du message: Latest Jack Wilshere transfer twist as Wolves, West Ham and
Latest Jack Wilshere transfer twist as Wolves, West Ham and Everton eye Arsenal ace
sbobet24Crystal Palace have become the latest club to reportedly rival Wolves for Arsenal midfelder Jack Wilshere as the transfer saga over the 26-year-old's future takes another twist.Wilshere faces a major summer dilemma with Unai Emery having been appointed at the Emirates.He is said to have been told he will not be a regular starter under the new manager next season but has been offered a new contract which includes a pay cut.
Wilshere's current deal at Arsenal has run out and the England international could walk out on the club he has been at since he was nine years old in search of guaranteed football, despite wanting to stayWolves have been linked with Wilshere in recent months as the Molineux club look to add to their squad after winning the Championship title.Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have romped to promotion and it’s hoped Chinese owner Fosun’s spending power will see them compete in the Premier League.
sbobet24 But Palace are now set to join the race, with further top flight competition from West Ham and Everton, according to the Mirror.After spending the 2016/2017 season on loan at Bournemouth, Wilshere returned to play in 20 Premier League games for the Gunners last term but a management change has further clouded the situation.Wilshere said earlier this month: “We are still in the same position really. Not much has changed. We are still talking. “Obviously the boss (Arsene Wenger) has left which has changed things a little bit because I don’t know who is going to be the manager next year and that can change things.“But we are still talking and I am hopeful and the club is hopeful we can get something done.”
More Wolves news Wolves have been given fresh hope in their pursuit of Joao Cancelo with the Valencia full-back's move to Juventus having stalled.Sky Sports Italia are reporting that Juventus have failed to agree terms to sign Cancelo who is a target for Wolves.Although it is said Juve remain optimistic about their chances of landing the Portugal star, they first want sell players before signing off the transfer, leaving the door open for other suitors to make an approach.Wolves were said to have been in talks with Cancelo in a deal potentially worth around £35m as they look to strengthen ahead of the Premier League season.
It was claimed that the top-flight newcomers had met Valencia's asking price for the 24-year-old.Cancelo, who was on loan at Inter Milan last season, wanted a switch to a Champions League side but the delay with Juve could see Wolves re-ignite their interest. He recently refused to rule out a move to Molineux, saying: "Wolverhampton and Juventus? At the moment I do not exclude anything, certainly playing in the Champions League is my goal . I have a contract with Valencia until 2021, so without a club I do not stay anything.
sbobet24 "Until I don't have an official and concrete proposal I can not say anything. Before the end of the season I heard that Inter wanted to buy me outright and that were in contact with Valencia to do it, but then nothing happened."Cancelo appeared for his native Portugal in a friendly with Holland back in March and was sent off in a 3-0 defeat.