Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is ready to reunite with former England international manager Roy Hodgson at Premier League side Crystal Palace.
Jack Wilshere’s contract will run out in the summer, and Arsenal tactician Arsene Wenger is thought to have informed the midfield maestro he can leave the North London club.
According to the Daily Mail, Roy Hodgson is looking to make the England international midfielder his first transfer signing at Selhurst Park.
The former England boss has just taken over the managerial role at Crystal Palace from the recently sacked Frank de Boer and remains a big fan of the Arsenal star from their time together with the England national team setup.
Arsene Wenger is likely to hand the Arsenal outcast his first start in over 12 months for tonight’s UEFA Europa League clash with German Bundesliga side Cologne.
Roy Hodgson will closely monitor Wilshere’s minutes in the team over the coming months, before making a final decision on whether to sign him in January.
Crystal Palace have lost all four opening English Premier League matches this season, without even netting a single goal.
Roy Hodgson, who left his position as the England manager after losing to lowly rated Iceland in Euro 2016, feels he can steer Crystal Palace to English Premier League safety.