– Arsene Wenger says he sees midfielder Jack Wilshere on day becoming Arsenal manager
– According to Wenger, the Englishman has the personality and football brain to be manager
– Wilshere is on loan to Bournemouth, leaving after no guarantees for minutes were given Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes the perfect manager for his side is on loan Bournemouth midfielder Jack Wilshere.
Wenger believes Wilshere’s personality and “footballing brain” make him a great candidate for the role adding that he sees the Englishman staying in football for the rest of his career. “Certainly one day he will be in my [manager’s] seat. He has a real football brain and understands football. You know really, it’s in his genes.
I see him in the future at this club of course. He will spend his life in football, he is a football man. “He has an eye on everybody, it’s in him. You have that or you haven’t got it, but he is a real football man.”
The 24 year old Wilshere made the shock move to Bournemouth in the final hours of the transfer window last week after Wenger failed to guarantee him regular first team football.