Jack Wilshere would be a great signing for Manchester United, says Micky Gray

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By George Bellshaw | Metro |

Micky Gray believes Jack Wilshere would be a perfect fit for Manchester United and that the Arsenal man would be a great signing for any of the Premier League’s top sides.

BURNLEY, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 10: Jack Wilshere of AFC Bournemouth arrives ahead of the Premier League match between Burnley and AFC Bournemouth at Turf Moor on December 10, 2016 in Burnley, England. (Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images)

The former Leeds, Sunderland and Blackburn star, who began his career at Old Trafford, is a huge fan of the England international, despite his future at the Emirates remaining unclear.

Wilshere’s current deal expires in 2018 and talks are yet to begin on extending his stay at Arsenal.

However, should he decide to leave, Gray is certain he wouldn’t be short of options and that he’d be a good fit for either United or Manchester City.

‘Jack Wilshere is good enough to play in any of those top six sides,’ Gray told talkSPORT.

‘He’s played at the highest level internationally, he’s played Champions League football and he doesn’t ever really let anyone down when he plays.

‘If you want to buy English this summer, where else do you go? I think he’s the perfect fit for one of the Manchester sides.

‘You’re buying a 25-year-old player, who had experience but still has his best years ahead of him. He’s still got another seven or eight years.

‘I think he’d be at a decent price. If you have to go and pay £25m or £30m for Jack Wilshere, that’s still a bargain!’

 

  • no no no he is injury prone if he can’t go back to Arsenal he can join some other small team where there is no or less pressure

  • Jack wilshere may be the man but can he cope with the pressure of top 4 likes? Aims?

  • Garba Lawal

    WHY would someone campaign for the purchase of an injury prone player and worse still give a price tag?

  • majabvi

    even if he is not injury prone, wilshere is a below the bar player, he is too average he belongs where he is right now.