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Three-year deal on Cards: 5ft8" PSG target set to agree £100,000-a-week with Arsenal

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is reported set to commit his long-term future with Arsenal on a fresh three-year contract. This come in the wake of earlier reports claiming the midfielder representative has offered him to Paris Saint-Germain ahead of the summer transfer window.

Now per reports from Evening Standard, reveals Wilshere could be set to end his long-term standing contract with Arsenal as he nears a three-year contract extension worth a whooping £100,000-a-week at the Emirates.

Earlier last season, the midfielder was urged to accept a £30,000 paycut on his £120,000-a-week wages and report reveals the midfielder was not in favour of the proposal.

However, the club's chief appear to have change their mind and upped their contract offer for Wilshere and the player appears keen on agreeing a three-year deal with the option of a further 12 months, should the club be interested.

Wilshere, who managed to end 2017/18 injury-free, registered 38 appearances across all competition showing series of brilliant performance.

Although, despite the midfielder who stands at 5 ft 8 in (1.72 m) having a decent season, he could not make the England national team for the summer World cup and much of this culminated from the fact that his form was pretty average towards the end of the campaign.

Nevertheless, Wilshere is reported to have snubbed from several high-profile clubs including Juventus and he now appears set to extend his stay with the hometown side where he began his youth career from the age of nine.

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