Former Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere hailed Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho as an “unbelievable coach” however stated he can not see himself becoming a member of the English Premier League facet having performed for its bitter north London rivals.
Wilshere made 197 appearances for Arsenal and received the FA Cup in 2014 and 2015 earlier than leaving it two years in the past and subsequently becoming a member of West Ham United. After agreeing to cancel his contract with West Ham in October, the injury-plagued 28-year-old capped 34 instances by England is but to discover a new membership.
Asked through the Super 6 podcast whether or not he would be a part of Spurs if approached, Wilshere stated: “I really like Mourinho, I believe he is an unbelievable coach … But I could not do it.
“They wouldn’t have me… But I don’t think I could do it. It’s not as if Arsenal got rid of me and kicked me out and there is bad feeling, they offered me a deal and I wanted to try something else. I’m an Arsenal man.”
Wilshere stated final month that he was open to a transfer abroad to revive his profession.
“It’s important to find a club where I’m going to play, be an important player, be happy,” he added.
“I don’t want to rush into anything. It has to be the right team in the right country.”