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No Liverpool or Manchester City move for Arsenal midfielder: I'm staying


Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has no intention of leaving the Gunners and is ready to fight for a regular place in Arsene Wenger's line-up.

The 23-year-old is reportedly linked with a possible move to Liverpool and Manchester City with the part ready to offer £30m to secure the services of the Englishman.

The youngster was heavily criticised at the start of the year after a picture emerged on social media of the midfielder holding a shisha pipe but boss Arsene Wenger defender the player saying he was "sorry about what happened".

And he is expected to be one of the Frenchman's key players in midfield as Arsenal continue to be active on the transfer market ahead of next season.

"Of course [I'm staying]," Wilshere told Express Sport.

"I've been injured for a long time this season. I've worked hard. All I want to do at the minute is play football."

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