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Arsenal Fans Trolled In Epic Fashion With Evil Jack Wilshere Loan Tweet

Arsenal have today welcomed defender Shkodran Mustafi and striker Lucas Perez to the Emirates and all of a sudden, things are looking far more positive for Arsène Wenger’s side.

Shkodran’s arrival addresses the worrying lack of experience and quality at the back following the preseason injuries to Per Mertesacker and Gabriel, while up front, Perez adds yet another dimension to what has become a stacked attacking roster.

Following the Gunners’ first league win of the season, optimism has quickly returned to the corridors of the Emirates and it appears that not even the prospect of sending one of their most promising players out on loan this season, has dampened the mood that has set in at the London club.

Who is that promising player? Jack Wilshere of course.

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It was reported overnight that Arsenal were willing to let their hapless, injury prone midfielder leave this season in order to find game time as with the arrival of Granit Xhaka and Perez, Wenger simply does not need Wilshere this term.

While fans have balked at the notion of losing their once prodigal son, it appears that one sneaky Twitter user could not help but troll Gunners’ fan with an incredibly well timed tweet.


Posted only in the last couple of days, many Gunners’ fans missed the date and instead momentarily feared the worst.

Back in 2016, there is still no word on the future or destination of the England international. The latest fans have to go on is that Wilshere himself has requested the loan move in a bid to regain control of his floundering career.

Who knows, perhaps Bolton will be where Wilshere rehabs his career. However, with reports suggesting a potential move to La Liga or Serie A, expectations are that the 24-year-old shall leave these shores in the coming days, provided a suitor can be found.

Gary Brennan, Pundit Arena

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