Giroud Sends Message to Arsenal boss After Gunners let Jack Wilshere leave


Olivier Giroud reckons Jack Wilshere’s departure is a “big loss” for Arsenal.
The English midfielder, 26, will this summer leave the club he’s been a part of since 2001.
Wilshere’s exit was revealed by Mirror Football on Monday. The midfielder, who didn’t make Gareth Southgate’s 23-man England squad, was deemed surplus to new boss Unai Emery’s requirements.
Both Crystal Palace and West Ham have been lined up as potential suitors for Wilshere.

But Giroud believes the Gunners are losing a talented player in Wilshere, and that any consequence from his exit lies with new boss Emery. Giroud said: “It’s big news and I’m very sad to hear it, because he’s a good friend.
“Jack is a good lad, a very good player, very talented and it is a shame he has had so many injuries.
“But he came back well last season and it was good to see him on the pitch, enjoying his game and being strong.”Jack is a good lad, a very good player, very talented and it is a shame he has had so many injuries.
“But he came back well last season and it was good to see him on the pitch, enjoying his game and being strong.
“It’s a big loss and I hope he will bounce back as soon as possible at a good club.”I wish him the very best because I appreciate him. I hope for him and his family he will bounce back.
“The new manager makes the decision and he has the responsibility for the team and the player.”

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