Jack Wilshere said he was ‘very welcome’ at Wigan by the League One president

Wigan AthleticChairman Jack Wilshere made a public offer to join League One just days after the midfielder revealed he was considering quitting football.

Despite considering whether to retire from playing due to a lack of offers, Wilshere insisted he still had “hungry” to play and find a new club – and could now have a choice in the North West.

the previous Arsenal The golden boy has seen his career deteriorate due to injuries and is currently without a club at just 29 years old.

Wigan Athletic President Jack Wilshere made a public offer to join League One

Talal Al-Hammad tweeted to Wilshere, where he actually offered the free agent a contract with Wigan

Talal Al-Hammad tweeted to Wilshere, where he actually offered the free agent a contract with Wigan

His last spell in the game was with Bournemouth last year in the tournament, but the Cherries chose not to renew his contract at the end of last season.

However, Wilshere’s fortunes may be about to change – if he is willing to move to League One.

On Wednesday evening, Wigan president Talal Al-Hammad tweeted to Wilshere to give him a chance to join the team.

“You are very welcome to join us @LaticsOfficial,” Al-Hammad wrote, adding the hashtag #believe.

The offer came after Wilshere said the athlete for him Desperate to participate this seasonThey described feeling forced to watch from home.

“What I would say is I’m still hungry inside, somewhere deep down, and all I want to do is play football,” Wilshere said.

Wilshere, who was pictured scoring for Arsenal in 2013, was tipped to have a huge career when he was young.

Wilshere, who was pictured scoring for Arsenal in 2013, was tipped to have a huge career when he was young.

“I don’t want people to think, ‘Look, poor Jack, he doesn’t have a club, (but) he makes a lot of money from football, he has to stay home with his kids.'”

When I get up in the morning, I want to look forward to going to workouts and being with the boys. I want to get back on the field, especially with the fans back now.

I’ve watched every game that has been shown on TV since the start of the season and I want to be a part of that.

“I want that feeling of going out on the field, listening to the fans, and being able to play football again.”

The former Arsenal star insisted he still has

The former Arsenal star insisted he still had the ‘hungry’ to play and find a new club

Wilshere also painfully remembers a moment when his son, Archie, nine, asked him why no clubs cared about him.

“My kids are of an age they understand,” Wilshere added. ‘Especially Archie, who is nine years old. He’s actually having conversations with me, saying, “What about MLS?” or “Why don’t you play in La Liga?”

He loves football. He knows everything about football. It is difficult to explain to him. He’ll tell me, “How come a club doesn’t want you?” I do not know. But how do I explain it to him?

Midfielder Wilshere suffered serious and persistent injuries that decimated his career

Midfielder Wilshere suffered serious and persistent injuries that decimated his career

He stunned during Arsenal’s victory over Barcelona in the Champions League in 2012, and when fit he often played the starring role during his decade at the club. He also has 34 caps with England to his name.

But severe and persistent injuries, including serious ankle problems and a broken leg, derailed his career and he found himself out of work after two years at West Ham and a short stint on the south coast.

Wilshere has yet to respond to the offer from Wigan, with the switch to the third tier a far cry from his days in the Premier League with Arsenal and West Ham.

The Latex, who were relegated from the First Division in 2013, have slipped between the Championship and League One in recent years, and currently find themselves ninth in the table.

After losing their opening game of the season against Sunderland, Lim Richardson and his players regained their victories over Rotherham and Charlton, and a draw with Wycombe.

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