Jack Wilshere urged to stay at Arsenal after 'underwhelming' interest from clubs such as Everton, Leicester, West Ham and Wolves
The Gunners midfielder, 26, is being offered a new contract but has been told he will have to take a pay-cut on his basic wages.
However, he can make more money if he plays a certain amount of games.
Injury-hit Wilshere is out of contract after today’s final Premier League game at Huddersfield.
That will be the England international’s 39th game of the season for Arsenal – yet clubs still see him as a risk.
So far he has only attracted interest from Everton, West Ham, Leicester and newly-promoted Wolves.
A source told SunSport: “The interest in Jack so far is underwhelming and friends are telling him he should stay at Arsenal.
“He might have to take a pay-cut but the bottom line is he is wanted by Arsenal and they’re a better bet than the clubs that are after him at the moment.
“At least, he can still play in the Europa League.
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“Everton, West Ham, Leicester and Wolves aren’t Arsenal.
“Wolves, however, is an interesting one for him because they actually are going to be spending a fair bit of money and is an exciting project.”
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