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.
Jack Wilshere ended his long layoff with a substitute appearance against Hull City in Monday's 3-1 Arsenal win.
Jack Wilshere wasn't deemed ready for even the bench against Burnley but he played 88 healthy minutes for Arsenal's U21 side against Reading on Monday.
Jack Wilshere's injury has lasted longer than expected but the England international is back in the squad for Arsenal's Week 32 trip to Burnley.
Arsene Wenger was non-committal when discussing the likelihood that Jack Wilshere will participate against Liverpool on Saturday.
Jack Wilshere will miss at least Arsenal's Week 27 and 28 matches after he had a minor procedure on his ankle.
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.