Bournemouth open talks with free agent Jack Wilshere over short-term contract after ex-Arsenal star impressed boss Jason Tindall with his fitness during training sessions
- Bournemouth have begun negotiations over making an offer to Jack Wilshere
- The ex-Arsenal midfielder is training with the Cherries after leaving West Ham
- Wilshere, 29, managed just one appearance this season for the Hammers
Bournemouth have opened formal talks over offering Jack Wilshere a chance of reviving his career in the Championship.
The former Arsenal midfielder, who left West Ham earlier this season, has been training with the Cherries and has impressed manager Jason Tindall with his fitness.
And the south coast club are in discussions over offering Wilshere a contract, which, it is understood, will initially be a short-term deal until the end of the season.
Bournemouth have opened talks over signing Jack Wilshere in the January transfer window
Wilshere has impressed Cherries manager Jason Tindall (pictured) after training with the team
Wilshere has made just one appearance this season – in an EFL Cup tie for West Ham against Hull in September.
But the 29-year-old is now set to rejoin Bournemouth – a club he spent a season on loan during the 2016-17 campaign.
Meanwhile, Junior Stanislas is several facing weeks on the sidelines after sustaining ankle ligament damage in the draw against Millwall.
Wilshere previously spent one season at the Cherries on loan and most recently left West Ham