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Jack Wilshere to Rangers odds

Jack Wilshere has agreed to terminate his contract at West Ham United after injuries once again took over his time progressing with the club. Now, the England international is free agent and is on the radar of clubs in Scotland, England and America.

So far there have been multiple reports on a move to Rangers, although there is nothing concrete in terms of a statement by the club or Steven Gerrard himself.

The 28-year-old has struggled with injuries throughout his career and since his move to the Hammers, he has only managed to register 19 games for the club whilst missing 53 due to injury. Currently, the former Arsenal man has stated he is fully fit and his local club Hitchin Town has offered him a place to train whilst he looks for a new club.

Rangers have recently signed Bongani Zungu on loan due to the shortage in the midfield slot, however, Gerrard would not pass off the opportunity to sign Wilshere now that he is a free agent, especially given his talent when fully fit.

With Wilshere hinting at a potential contract signing soon, Rangers are currently favourites to sign the player at now odds of 4/9, and what a signing it would be.

Jack Wilshere to Aston Villa Odds

Another potential club that are linked with Wilshere is Aston Villa, who are hoping to break the top half of the Premier League after a sensational start to the 2020/21 Premier League.

Before the end of the transfer window, Villa was lacking squad depth in the midfield. However, now they have signed Ross Barkley on loan from Chelsea, it seems to look like they have strengthened that slot. However, injuries have been a problem for the English midfielder recently and the signing of free agent Wilshere could be the perfect solution.

Although, in Villa’s extraordinary result over champions Liverpool, the midfield of John McGinn, Ross Barkley and Douglas Luiz, played extremely well and could prove to be enough for manager Dean Smith.

Aston Villa are now priced at 5/4 odds of securing Wilshere at the club.

Jack Wilshere to Fulham odds

One side that could be in the market for Wilshere is Fulham, who are currently bottom of the Premier League after a disastrous return to the Premier League.

Scott Parker’s side needed a new midfielder, due to some injury sustained to his side as well as the lack of quality. This, therefore, could mean a potential signing for the former Arsenal player who wouldn’t have to pay a fee for the player, which is a big bonus for the club with a smaller transfer budget. However, on transfer deadline day, the club did sign Chelsea midfielder, Ruben Loftus-Cheek on a season loan, which might hinder any movement on Wilshere's behalf.

Fulham are now priced at 14/1 odds of signing.

Jack Wilshere to Arsenal odds

Arsenal is another club that has been linked in the signing of Wilshere with a move back to the where he burst onto the scene as one of Europe's most promising talents.

Since his departure from the club in 2018, the former Gunners star has failed to become a regular at West Ham, whilst he even struggled for consistency a year prior, on loan at Bournemouth.

Although it's unlikely, there is still a potential, especially with midfielders Lucas Torreira and Matteo Guendouzi both departing the club on loan. As well as this, it would be the ideal location for Wilshere to revitalise his career as well as playing Premier League football.

Nevertheless, this move is more like a dream than a reality as the player is more than likely going to pick up another injury and fail to break through their lineup.

Wilshere to rejoin is Arsenal is a high price of 14/1.

Jack Wilshere MLS odds

One of the more familiar locations that seemed to be linked with struggling and ageing players is a move to the MLS.

The English midfielder could struggle to get any offers from Premier League clubs due to his history of injuries as well as his wages. With only a select few clubs willing to make a deal, it could make more sense to take on the United States.

The MLS is known as a ‘retirement league’ for many of the world’s stars such as Andrea Pirlo, Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard who all ended their careers there. As well as this, he could still earn a decent salary with former Hammers teammate Javier Hernandez, currently on around £145,000 a week.

This move could be seen as premature for the former Arsenal man and is against his preference for a club in English football and break back into the national team.

Currently, the former England international is at odds of 22/1 to join any MLS club