It is confirmed that West Ham midfielder Jack Wilshere has opened the door to the possibility of returning to Major League Soccer this summer in a bid to re-open his career.
Since joining on a free transfer from Arsenal in 2018, the 28-year-old has made only 16 Premier League appearances for the Hammers.
He ‘s claimed to be on a £100,000-a-week deal and it’s thought the Hammers are trying to get him out of their books.
According to the Norm, at this point of his career, Wilshere thinks moving to America is the right step.
The former Arsenal star, who fell out of favor under former Irons manager Manuel Pellegrini, will not be short of U.S. takers, with many clubs willing to take advantage of the opportunity to sign a marquee player.
A number of high-profile players in England have previously played in the MLS including David Beckham, Wayne Rooney, Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard.
Wilshere may follow in their footsteps, joining Beckham’s own team, Inter Miami, who are thought to be interested in securing his signature.
The Florida-based outfit – which was formed just two years ago – has already signed on to France midfielder Blaise Matuidi this summer and would like to make more signatures in due course.
Wilshere only has one year left on his London Stadium deal so a temporary move may be an option as well.