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Jack Wilshere set to return for West Ham when season resumes

Jack is back! West Ham star Wilshere will be fit to return for David Moyes when the season gets back underway after recovering from a pelvic injury that has kept him out since October

  • Jack Wilshere has recovered from an issue that has kept him out since October
  • The pelvic injury took longer to heal than expected for the injury-prone star
  • It is a huge boost to David Moyes with the Hammers battling relegation
  • The Ex-Arsenal star will be ready to train when football returns from suspension

Jack Wilshere has fully recovered from his troublesome pelvic injury and will be fit to return for West Ham once the season recommences.

The midfielder has not played since October due to the problem that has taken longer than expected to heal.

But the former Arsenal star has now fully recovered and will be ready to recommence first-team training when clubs are permitted back.

Jack Wilshere will finally be available for West Ham once the season returns from suspension

The ex-Arsenal star has suffered an injury-hit career but will soon be back in team training

The news comes as a huge boost to manager David Moyes and Wilshere, who has cut a frustrated figure during his spell at West Ham due to injuries. 

But the 28-year-old has used the coronavirus delay to work on his recovery and strength and is ready to play a role in West Ham’s fight against relegation.

His return to fitness comes at a timely point in Wilshere’s career. He enters the final year of his £100,000-per-week contract next season with his future unclear.

A successful run in the team could yet see the Hammers try to renegotiate an extension with the former England international or, alternatively, some impressive performance could attract suitors into taking advantage of his contractual situation.

West Ham, given the prospect of losing Wilshere for nothing in 2021, are likely to listen to offers for midfielder in the next window if they do not extend his deal.




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