It is clear that Jack Wilshere wants to join the England’s World Cup squad but Gareth Southgate insisted that he needs to play regularly for Arsenal to be considered.
To help him with his plans, Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson will sign Jack Wilshere in January to give him the game time he needs to be considered.
Wilshere fears he may have to quit Arsenal in the next transfer window if he wants to go to World Cup as he was ignored for the Germany and Brazil friendlies.
The England manager is prepared to stand by his word after calling West Bromwich Albion’s Jake Livermore and Burnley’s Jack Cork as midfield deputies ahead of Wilshere.
Wilshere has stepped up his game and made good performances in the Europa League and League Cup and even helped in defeating Manchester City.
But his situation playing a Premier League game has not changed yet and if he wants to join the World Cup, he may have to change his options.
Wilshere is already attracting numerous clubs including West Ham United, Swansea and Real Betis.
But Hodgson is particularly interested in reuniting with Wilshere as he made the player one of his key members when he was the England manager.