The 25-year-old has also given up hope in resurrecting his career and would rather go back to his boyhood club, West Ham.
Wilshere came up as a second-half substitute last week’s 3-1 Champions League win over Cologne, but he was not included in their game over Chelsea on Sunday.
While there may be some talks over possible negotiations over Wilshere’s new contract but to not being included in the Chelsea game with Ainsley Maitland-Niles became the preferred option from the bench, may clearly indicate that his future now is not with Arsenal.
Wilshere spent the last season on loan at Bournemouth where he impressed Eddie Howe’s side. However, the midfielder’s campaign ended towards the near end of the campaign when he suffered an injury once again.
West Ham were reported to be interested in securing the services of Wilshere but the £20 million asking price was too high not just for the Hammers but for the other clubs as well.