Wilshere, ex star Arsenal and England, announces his retirement

BERLIN: Jack Wilshere, former Arsenal and England player, has announced his retirement at the age of 30. Wilshere said he was studying options ahead of him, following his departure from Danish team Aarhus Gymnastic Fringing by mutual agreement, after spending less than five months in his ranks. Midfielder Wilshere spent ten seasons with Arsenal after growing up from the age groups of club and it is said that it will return to the club as a youth coach. Wilshere has twice won the FA Cup with Arsenal and won the Young Player award of of the Year by the Professional Footballers Association, and was crowned Arsenal Player of the Year during the season after achieving strong performances in the 2010/2011 season. After leaving Arsenal in 2018, Wilshere played for both West Ham and Bournemouth. Wilshere played 34 games for the England national team in six years and was with the national team in two major tournaments, including the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. But Wilshere suffered a lot from injuries during his career and announced in a statement released today, Friday, that he felt it was time to stop gambling. “I lived my dream,” said Wilshere sui social media. Thank you all … Today I announce my retirement from professional football. “He added:” It has been a wonderful journey that has seen many incredible moments and I am proud of everything I have experienced during my career. “(DBA exhibition / Statistics)