Midfielder was sent off and brawled in the tunnel in midweek during game against Manchester City
ARSENAL boss Arsene Wenger will give Jack Wilshere another chance to prove himself at Arsenal, according to reports.
The midfielder’s career hit a low point earlier this week after a BRAWL in the tunnel following a red card in an Under-23 match against Manchester City.
The former England man was furious with City youngster Matthew Smith after he was given rough treatment every time he touched the ball.
Wilshere has only just returned from a serious injury, breaking his leg while on loan at Bournemouth last season.
And after pushing Smith over, the 25-year-old then became involved in a scuffle with Tyreke Wilson – with both players sent off for their part in the ugly scene.
As the pair walked down the tunnel at the Emirates they again clashed.
But, according to the Daily Mirror, Wilshere will get another chance to prove himself in north London.
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Long-serving manager Wenger is said to have had a long chat with Wilshere and has urged him to prove he can still be a star for Arsenal.
The French boss has been impressed with Wilshere’s attitude this summer.
Wenger also remains convinced that Wilshere has the talent and potential to be a key player – despite years of injuries and setbacks.
Wilshere hit out at SunSport after we said his career had hit a low point following the red card and tunnel bust-up.
He wrote: “Intrigued to hear more about how you think this is a career low for me?
“Would love a sit down with you? Look forward to it.”
He later added: “Well, that was eventful.
“Felt good to be back on the pitch at the Emirates even though it ended earlier than I thought.
“My passion and my hunger is back, buzzing for more games.”
Wilshere will miss the next three U23 fixtures for Arsenal – but will be available for selection in the first-team as suspensions do not carry over.
The midfielder had impressed before his red card, providing a brilliant assist.
Arsenal, who face Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday, won 4-3.
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