Jack Wilshere has been omitted from the Arsenal squad travelling to Scandinavia this weekend because of injury.
A familiar face returns to the Arsenal treatment room as Arsène Wenger confirms Jack Wilshere picked up a "slight" injury during Friday night’s 2-1 win over the MLS All-Star side in San Jose.
Jack Wilshere will, in all likelihood, be in the squad for Arsenal's Week 35 match at the Stadium of Light but don't expect a lot of minutes.
Jack Wilshere came through last Friday's U21 match unscathed and will play with the U21s again today as he looks to return from a lengthy injury layoff.
As part of the final stage of his return from a broken leg, Jack Wilshere will turn out for the Arsenal U21 squad on Friday.
Arsene Wenger confirms Jack Wilshere has stepped up his recovery from a fibula fracture with the Arsenal midfielder targeting a return after the international break.
Jack Wilshere is targeting a return to action in the second leg of the Champions League clash with Barcelona at the Nou Camp in March.
Arsene Wenger has confirmed that midfielder Jack Wilshere will not be ready for a return to action until March at the earliest.
Arsenal envisioned a return for Jack Wilshere after the international break following tests which revealed a hairline fracture of the fibula back in August.
The news always seems to be the same for Jack Wilshere with the news that he will be out for between six and eight weeks with a hairline fracture in his left fibula.
News broke on Sunday morning that Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere would miss the Community Shield game as a precaution after injuring his ankle during a training ground session on Saturday.
Jack Wilshere has rebounded from his FA Cup celebration embarrassment with two consecutive strong performances for England capped by a brace against Slovenia in Euro 2016 qualifying.
Jack Wilshere's profane public comments at Arsenal's FA Cup celebration have drawn the attention of the FA who has charged him with bringing the game into disrepute. Wilshere has until June 10 to respond.
Jack Wilshere has again shown immaturity as he led the crowd out to celebrate Arsenal's FA Cup victory in a series of profane anti-Spurs chants and songs.