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BOURNEMOUTH, Howe: "I'd love to sign WILSHERE on a permanent move"

10.02.2017 17.15 by Claudio Colla  read 2218
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Interviewed by Sky Sports News, Eddie Howe, manager of Bournemouth, talked about the chance for Cherries to sign English international midfielder Jack Wilshere (25) on a permanent move from Arsenal: "We would love that to happen. I can't rate Jack enough as a footballer, as a person, how he has come into the team, and what he has delivered for us, but there has been no discussion with Arsenal. As I see it, Jack is on loan for the season, and then we will look at it, and Jack will look at it". Wilshere has been recently linked to AC Milan, AS Roma, and Everton.

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