West Ham’s Jack Wilshere nearing first-team return
West Ham’s Jack Wilshere nearing first-team return after almost three months out with ankle injury
- West Ham midfielder Jack Wilshere hasn’t played since September 1 vs Wolves
- The former Arsenal man underwent ankle surgery but is now nearing full fitness
- Wilshere has a chance to make bench for Saturday’s clash vs Manchester City
- Failing that, 26-year-old Wilshere should be available for the trip to Newcastle
Jack Wilshere is close to making his return to first-team action after nearly three months on the sidelines through injury.
The West Ham midfielder hasn’t played since September 1 after undergoing ankle surgery but he is now nearing full fitness.
Wilshere has a chance to make the bench for Saturday’s Premier League clash against leaders Manchester City, though Manuel Pellegrini will make a late decision on his inclusion ahead of the game.
West Ham’s Jack Wilshere will be eyeing a return against Manchester City on Saturday
But failing that Wilshere should be available for the trip to Newcastle the following weekend.
The news will come as a key boost to the Hammers, who have high hopes for Wilshere following his arrival from Arsenal in the summer.
Wilshere has a history of ankle problems and West Ham medics have been careful not to rush the midfielder back.
The 26-year-old midfielder hasn’t featured since September 1 after undergoing ankle surgery
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