Move for £90,000-a-week star agreed: Arsenal legend and fans reacts on Twitter to “done deal”

Arsenal legend Ian Wright has taken to Twitter to react to his former side latest departure ahead of the upcoming new season.

Following Arsene Wenger’s exit at the club, there have been several important players facing the exit door at the club this summer.

Along with new signings, Stephan Lichtsteiner and Bernd Leno, the Gunners new boss Unai Emery has handed the likes of Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Granit Xhaka a new contract deal at the club.

On Tuesday, Wilshere announced that he had agreed to complete a transfer move away from the club after several years on the books of Arsenal.

However, one man who does not appear renewing his contract at Arsenal is Jack Wilshere. On Tuesday evening, Arsenal blogs revealed the England international announced that he had agreed to complete a transfer from Arsenal after 17 years of being with the club.

Read more: Arsenal, Liverpool and Roma do battle over highly-rated £15m Swedish winger

Wilshere, who had been earning £90,000-a-week in wages with Arsenal, has been linked with the likes West Ham United, Everton, Wolverhampton Wanderers while Serie A clubs Juventus, AC Milan and Sampdoria are also set to lock horns over the signing of the free-agent this summer.

And immediately after hearing about the news of Wilshere leaving Arsenal, the Gunners striker Ian Wright took to Twitter to share his thoughts by saying below:

Arsenal fans all around the world also took to Twitter to react to the news of Wilshere leaving the club with some not really feeling too good about his transfer from Arsenal:

About the Author

FH's Team

FH's Team

We are big Celtic fan from Galashiels, Scotland. We keep a close eye on all English Premier League top six as well as top European clubs and also the Championship in England. Loves writing, tweeting and movies.....

Comments

  1. This is sad 😔 it’s very rare to see a player who genuinely loves and supports their club. Some people think he’s overrated,
    I think he’s underrated. He will work extremely hard for his new team. @JackWilshere good luck for your future #COYG 🙌🏼

Comments are closed