Arsenal Offer Jack Wilshere A Bizarre New Contract That's Been Labelled 'A Joke'
Jack Wilshere has been 'rewarded' for his fine form in recent weeks with a new Arsenal contract, however, people have labelled the deal a 'disgrace' and a 'joke'.
It turns out the England international has been offered less money than his current deal but it is heavily incentivised, according to BBC reporter Ian Dennis.
Wilshere is currently on a £110,000-a-week salary at Arsenal.
Understand Arsenal have offered a new deal to Jack Wilshere. The offer is less money than his current deal but it's heavily incentivised. #AFC- Ian Dennis (@Iandennisbbc) January 16, 2018
The new deal though would mean that Wilshere would take home £90,000 a-week, with 'heavy' incentives making up the rest.
It has been questioned whether the 26-year-old will be offered a new contract, with rumours suggesting he could leave on a free in the summer.
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After news emerged of his new deal, plenty were outraged by the decision.
Here are some of the reactions from Twitter in recent hours:
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They've offered less cause they know he'll take it because he loves the club so much. Such a joke. Club is a shambles- Mitch Franco (@AFCFranco86) January 16, 2018
Thats a disgrace!!He's been the best midfielder at the club this season and he's only played about 5 games!What is going on at Arsenal?- Stephen Jones (@SnowySteve5) January 16, 2018
Why do we underestimate the loyalty of @JackWilshere ? He always put his heart on every match he plays!- Geri Achsan (@gachsan) January 16, 2018
Bloodyhell arsenal why? Why do that to the most commited player? Supposed to be the other way round.- el capitan santi (@santi20782) January 16, 2018
Club is in shambles. Insult to Jack's loyalty.- Selwyn Crotz (@Selwie) January 16, 2018
Thoughts on Arsenal's decision to offer Wilshere, who has been one of their best players in recent weeks, less money in his new deal?
Let us know in the comments.
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