It appears that Jack Wilshere needs a break from his rehabilitation before ever getting in a competitive match.
Jack Wilshere is nearing the end of what will be approximately a three month absence from Arsenal's first team.
Arsene Wenger has stated that Jack Wilshere will return to full training next week with the manager hoping that will happen as soon as Sunday.
Arsene Wenger indicated in his Week 23 press conference that Jack Wilshere is about 10 days from resuming normal training activities.
Jack Wilshere could be out for anywhere from three weeks to four months depending on what a scan reveals later this week.
Jack Wilshere played well but couldn't convert when it counted and then suffered yet another ankle injury as Arsenal fell to United 2-1.
Jack Wilshere is ready to go after missing the club's past two Premier League matches with an illness.
Jack Wilshere picked up a kick to the knee in training this week and may be forced to miss Arsenal's Week 10 match with Burnley.
With Mesut Ozil reportedly out until early 2015, Jack Wilshere should get his chance to show what he can do in a central attacking midfield role.
Jack Wilshere was on the bench for Arsenal's mid-week Champions League match and came on for the final few minutes. He should be fit to start against Chelsea if called upon.
Mixed injury news for Arsenal ahead of their UEFA Champions League home tie against Galatasaray on Wednesday as Jack Wilshere could be available but Aaron Ramsey and Mikel Arteta are ruled out.
Arsene Wenger faces questions about who will start in the attacking roles against Spurs at the Emirates this weekend.
Arsenals’ misery was compounded in Dortmond last night as Jack Wilshere suffered ANOTHER ankle injury but his absence could see Mesut Ozil revert back to his preferred central role.
Jack Wilshere staked his claim to a starting spot in Arsenal's midfield with a goal and an assist as part of an exceptional overall performance in a scintillating 2-2 draw at the Emirates.