Arsenal Midfielder Jack Wilshere Poised to Sign New Deal: The Daily EPL
One of the very few bright spots in Arsenal’s season thus far is about to sign a new contract at the London club. Jack Wilshere, who recently returned from injury but still isn’t 100%, is set to sign a contract, which will hopefully encourage other Arsenal employees to renew their contracts too — namely Theo Walcott and manager Arsene Wenger.
Meanwhile, Chelsea lost in the Club World Cup today to a solitary goal. But do England fans really care about that tournament anyway?
Here are today’s Premier League news headlines:
- Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshire poised to sign new deal — The Telegraph
- Chelsea left fuming after losing to Corinthians in Club World Cup final — The Guardian
- Four Premier League clubs wear arm bands for Connecticut victims — Pro Soccer Talk
- Arsenal’s Johan Djourou could be moving to Napoli in January — The Mail
- Arsène Wenger’s way looks increasingly like path to Arsenal mediocrity — The Guardian
- Brendan Rodgers has given Stewart Downing permission to leave Anfield — The Mail
- Marouane Fellaini has apologised for the headbutt that occurred against Stoke — Everton FC
- Wes Hoolahan signs new three-year contract with Norwich City — The Mail
- GIF It: Marouane Fellaini’s shocking headbutt on Ryan Shawcross — Off The Post
- Manchester City player allegedly involved in row with fans during Newcastle game — The Mail
- Punish him! Moyes calls for Fellaini ban after headbutt — The Mirror
- Aleksandar Kolarov questioned by police after alleged use of racist language to fans with Albanian flag — The Telegraph
- Wigan manager Roberto Martinez admits Arouna Kone will leave for African Nations Cup in January — The Mail
- Richard Dunne has undergone a third operation in an attempt to cure his long-standing hip problem — Sky Sports
- Tim Cahill unlikely to make Everton FC loan return in January, says David Moyes — Liverpool Echo
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