Every time he meets the Press, Arsene Wenger repeats his already made decision not to sell Alexis Sanchez this summer, even if that means risking – a lot – losing him for nothing next summer, when his contract expires.
This time, it wasn’t all about the Chile international in Wenger’s Press conference. The news that came out of it is that the Frenchman’s position on another player whose current deal expires in less than a year, is very-very different.
We need to have a conversation, and it will be a difficult one. I made him start at a very young age. He has gone through difficult times, I want him to have the career he can have and I am quite open on that
the Arsenal manager said, talking about Jack Wilshere.
My decision is not completely made, I want him to have a chance to play somewhere as well. We have to decide that a bit later. I wanted first him to come back, he is coming out of a fracture. It is the first week he is back in full training and we have to sit down together and see where we go from there
Wenger also said, rather preparing Wilshere for the kind of conversation they will have these next days.