Jack Wilshere has found a new club as he’s signed a short-term contract with Bournemouth.
The former Arsenal and West Ham star had been without a club since leaving the Hammers by mutual consent last October.
Wilshere’s contract with the south coast club is until the end of this season.
He begun his career with the Gunners with plenty of promise and made his debut for England’s senior side in August 2010 aged 18.
However, the 29-year-old midfielder has been dogged by injury throughout his career which ultimately led to his departure from Arsenal in 2018.
West Ham took him on that summer but he could only manage 19 appearances in over two years with the east London side and his three-year deal was terminated a year early.
But he’s been given a chance by the Cherries, where he enjoyed a productive loan spell in the 2016/17 season.
“Jack’s still training with us, he’s training well, he’s looking sharp and it’s really good to have him,” he told Alex Crook last week.
“Whenever you’ve got a player of Jack’s quality training with you and you’re able to have a closer look, it would be foolish to say they’re not a chance of wanting to do something.”
On signing for the club, Wilshere vowed to help Bournemouth, who are currently third in the Championship, get promoted back to the Premier League after being relegated last season.
Wilshere is available for their next match on Tuesday, which sees them travel to a resurgent Derby.