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Breaking: Jack Wilshere leaves Arsenal after 17 years

Thanks for everything, Jack Wilshere

Arsenal FC have officially released Jack Wilshere. The English international contract has expired and he has decided to seek for opportunities elsewhere where, the club confirmed.

Jack made his Arsenal debut in September 2008 aged 16 and 256 days in a Premier League win over Blackburn Rovers.

Jack was named PFA Young Player of the Year in 2010/11 and also earned a place in the PFA Premier League Team of the Year that season.

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Replying to @JackWilshere
For your love, for your commitment and fighting spirit, for THAT Norwich goal, for the FA Cups, for the 2013/14 goal of the season, for the 2014/15 goal of the season, for the 197 appearances, for the 17 years and for just being you... THANK YOU  ❤️

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Thank you for everything, - and all the best for the future 

Since making his Arsenal debut, Jack made a total of 197 appearances for the club, winning the FA Cup twice – in 2014 and 2015.

"Thank you Jack for your contribution and the fantastic memories. Good luck in the future," the message reads.


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