Jack Wilshere has reportedly suffered yet another setback as he recovers from a broken leg, and it’s casting doubt over a return to first team action this season.
Although the news has not yet been made official, sources we trust say that the midfielder’s long-awaited comeback for the Gunners won’t happen as soon as we would have liked – with eight games of this campaign still remaining.
The 24-year-old, who has been blighted by ankle and fibula injuries throughout his career, suffered a fractured leg just days before the current campaign after an accidental collision in training.
He went under the knife in September and hasn’t been seen since…a total of 237 days and counting.
Despite Roy Hodgson leaving the door open for Wilshere, the latest problem means his participation in England’s EURO 2016 campaign in France is also touch and go.
It’s a blow for both club and country, but all the more so for the player himself. Arseblog News wishes Jack all the best, and fingers crossed it’s not as bad as feared.