Big spenders Manchester City are planning to sign Arsenal struggling midfielder Jack Wilshere, according to several English reports.
Sunday Mirror reported that the Premier League defending Champions are weighing up a 32 million euro move for the English midfielder.
The 23-year-old has struggled this season with injury. He suffered an ankle injury last November and is yet to return to first team action.
Wilshere has only made nine Premier League appearances so far this season.
While Manchester City are eyeing him as they are doubtful over Yaya Toure’s future. The Ivorian international has been linked with Paris Saint-Germain. Also, former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard will also likely to return to his parent side New York City in the summer.
City have already bought several of Arsenal star players in the past few years including Emmanuel Adebayor, Samir Nasri and the recent one Bacary Sagna, one more move would not surprise anyone.
While Liverpool are also taking interest in Arsenal academy product.
Arsene Wenger is likely to sell him if a right offer comes and the reports claim that the Citizens are planning a 32 million euro deal.
Wilshere returned to training few weeks ago but is yet to make a comeback to first team.
Columnist: Stevan Jones