After leaving Bournemouth in May 2021, Jack Wilshere is looking for a new club to restart his career. Despite being only 30 years old and apparently recovering from the worst of injuries, he has spent a lot of time out, but the Danish AGF have now awarded him a short-term contract with an extension option.
Jack Wilshere has signed with the Danish team AGF until the end of the season.
The 30-year-old former Arsenal player has signed a short-term contract to return to professional football after nearly a year without a club.
The former England midfielder underwent a medical on Sunday to clear the way for him to return to play after leaving Bournemouth in May 2021.
Prior to Bournemouth, Wilshere spent an inconsistent period at West Ham after he left Arsenal and was released by manager David Moyes, despite claiming he was fit to play most of the time in East London.
There is an option for your AGF contract to be extended for another year. Given that he is currently without a club, he may be registered outside of the transfer window.
Much was expected of Wilshere when he made his Arsenal debut at age 16 in 2008 and dominated Pep Guardiola’s legendary Barcelona as a teenager.
However, fitness issues, particularly his ankle, kept him out of first-team action for long stretches.