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Wilshere returns to Arsenal training amid interest from Turkey

Date Posted,July 25, 2017

Jack Wilshere has returned to Arsenal training as he steps up his return from injury.

The 25-year-old is recovering from a leg fracture, which ended his loan spell at Bournemouth last season.

With just one year remaining on his contract at the Emirates, speculation continues over the England international’s future.

Arsene Wenger could sell the midfielder to make a return on the player before he departs on a free transfer in 2018.

Wilshere is back in training (Image: Arsenal FC)
The former Cherries loanee performs resistance-based training (Image: Arsenal FC)
The England international takes a breather (Image: Arsenal FC)
Rob Holding and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain pose with Wilshere (Image: Arsenal FC)

Sampdoria have made an offer worth up to £7.5m, which was immediately rejected by the Gunners.

While Turkish side Antalyaspor are ready to make an ambitious bid for the player.

Wilshere sprints in training (Image: Arsenal FC)
Theo Walcott works with the medicine ball (Image: Arsenal FC)
Holding and Calum Chambers compete in a race (Image: Arsenal FC)
Alex Iwobi attempts to outsprint Wilshere (Image: Arsenal FC)
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The Gunners were put through their paces in a series of gym-based exercises and sprint drills.

A small-sided game followed as Wenger prepares his side to face Benfica and Sevilla in the Emirates Cup this weekend.

Walcott and Hector Bellerin sprint off (Image: Arsenal FC)
Iwobi is tracked by Mesut Ozil (Image: Arsenal FC)
Youngster Joe Willock tracks Alexandre Lacazette (Image: Arsenal FC)
Francis Coquelin shadows Granit Xhaka (Image: Arsenal FC)

A week later will be the annual curtain raiser against Chelsea in the Community Shield.

Arsenal will be out for revenge after the Blues thrashed them 3-0 in a pre-season friendly in Beijing last week.

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