Former Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere joins Calcio Como
Former Arsenal midfielder Wilshere, 29, trains with a Serie B Calcio Como outfit as his search for a new club continues.
Wilshere has yet to find a new employer
Jack Wilshere has been without a club since his six-month term at Bournemouth came to an end after their failed bid for a promotion in 2020-21. Jack has been associated with a number of other English clubs in recent months, and the Scottish Rangers champions, but has yet to find a new employer for the current campaign and is currently maintaining his fitness level in Italy.
Calcio Como has allowed Jack Wilshere to take part in a full training session with their first squad, but they will not be able to get him on a free transfer due to Serie B teams being able to only buy non-EU players from Italian clubs of all tiers. A statement from Lega B’s official account states that Jack is training with Calcio Como led by Gattuso during these hours. But he cannot be registered in Series B because he has a non-EU passport.
What did Jack Wilshere say?
Jack Wilshere admitted that he is struggling with his current situation during a recent interview with The Athletic and said he may have no choice but to pursue a career abroad because he feels like he has been written off by English clubs. Jack Wilshere said he has a hard time imagining what will be here at this point in his career. When Jack leaves, people recognize him. They try to explain the hardest part when they ask why not just sign for a club in England? Jack replies that no one wants him, and they can’t really get around their heads.
The 29-year-old player has already said that he is ready to go abroad. In fact, Jack probably wants to go abroad. Jack Wilshere wants to try something different. A fresh start somewhere where people, clubs, fans don’t think it’s Wilshere. Wilshere will get hurt today or he’ll play five games and that’s it, a waste of investment. According to Wilshere, he feels that the door in this country has been closed to him. he doesn’t know why. Maybe it’s because of the history of trauma and people who get links from places. The 29-year-old player feels this is unfair.