Jack Wilshere grabbed headlines on the weekend as he completed his first full 90-minute outing since September 2014 as Bournemouth drew with Spurs at the Vitality Stadium.
The playmaker, still owned by Arsenal, is currently on a season-long loan spell in Dorset as he attempts to get his career back on track after experiencing a torrid two years filled with recurring injury problems.
The 24-year-old is undoubtedly a talented central midfield player but constant battles against niggling injuries have prevented him from fulfilling his potential – although he’s looked relatively impressive in the red and black shirt of Bournemouth.
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There has, naturally, been a major debate surrounding Wilshere now that he’s back on the pitch and Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp stirred the pot recently by stating that he doesn’t “see a future at Arsenal” for the midfielder anymore.
Granted, the England international faces a major battle to get back into the starting XI should he return to north London – but a fit Wilshere is still a useful tool for any Premier League club.
With that in mind, we thought we’d put this question to you lot: Does Wilshere still have a future at Arsenal, or should he accept his Gunners career has already come to an end?
Have your say below…