Jack Wilshere has seemingly become a spare part at Arsenal and is therefore set to leave the Gunners on loan.
Interest in Wilshere has been widespread, but Sky Sports claim the player has now made his decision.
According to Sky, Wilshere has rejected moves to Roma, AC Milan, and Crystal Palace in favour of a season-long spell at Bournemouth.
The same source reports that the 24-year-old is now travelling to the Soath Coast to seal the deal.
Wilshere played just 37 minutes of Arsenal’s Premier League campaign last season due to injury issues.
He is back fit again now, but can no longer get into Arsene Wenger’s team.
Good form and regular first-team football at Bournemouth could ultimately save his Arsenal career.
Wilshere’s current Arsenal contract expires in June 2018.
Since joining the Gunners as a kid in 2001, the former Luton boy has played 159 first-team games for the North London club, scoring 12 goals.
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