Jack Wilshere is rumored to currently selling his house

Jack Wilshere to sell his house in London. Indication that he will leave Arsenal?

Wilshere has been advertising his home and price set of 3.7 million pounds.

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Luxury House consists of 6 bedrooms and other amenities, among others, such as the private cinema, sauna, special wine room, three car garage, fitness room, space suits, and a special room to play.

Home sales this Wilshere could trigger speculation that he would switch clubs in the near future. A number of players have ever done anything similar before finally moving to the club based in the city or another country.

A number of players never even having difficulty selling their houses. Cristiano Ronaldo, Emile Heskey, and Wes Brown hard looking for prospective buyers of luxury homes worth millions of pounds they have.

Wes Brown to have to sell it cheaper when it moved from Manchester United to Sunderland.

Arsene Wenger Says The Condition Of The Injured Jack Wilshere & Santi Cazorla

Arsene Wenger predicted both will be back in a few more weeks.

Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger revealed, Jack Wilshere and Santi Cazorla could probably come back in a few weeks more.

Wilshere many passes this season due to injury while Cazorla calves, absent since the end of November because of a problem in his knee.

“The healing of Jack and Santi is going well, but they at least still absent for a few more weeks,” said Wenger told journalists.

“However, this is just about fitness and competitiveness,” he added.

It also describes France man condition of Tomas Rosicky and Francis Coquelin who have recovered, while Danny Welbeck would play in the next match of the under-21 team before returning to the first team.

“Dany Welbeck hasn’t really ready, but not much. He needs one or two games, as he has been absent since April, ” he said.

The Gunners will clash with Burnley in the FA Cup on Saturday this weekend before returning berkancah in the United Kingdom by facing Premier League Southampton on February 2, the upcoming

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