The England international is yet to make an appearance this season after sustaining yet another ankle injury in the build up to the Community Shield clash against Chelsea at the start of last month.
He was initially ruled out for a month and was earmarked to return for the Gunners against Stoke City on Saturday afternoon, but manager Arsene Wenger confirmed the 23-year-old was making slow progress in his recovery and couldn’t provide a date as to when he would be back in action.
Wilshere is now reportedly seeking the best advice on how to get back to full fitness and the option of surgery has not been ruled out, although that could sideline him until December.
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It has not been the best of weeks for the north London outfit on the injury front as striker Danny Welbeck is set to miss the next three months of action after undergoing knee surgery last Friday.