Hammers table club-record Felipe Anderson bid as Wilshere deal nears completion

Hammers table club-record Felipe Anderson bid as Wilshere deal nears completion

Hammers table club-record Felipe Anderson bid as Wilshere deal nears completion

The 26-year-old joined the Gunners as a youngster in 2001, and seven years later, he got his chance to play with the big boys, and since then, he has made 197 first-team appearances.

Wilshere has had injury problems in the past but was able to get plenty of game time for Arsenal last season.

"It feels good, it feels special", said Wilshere, who grew up as a Hammers fan.

The England midfielder signed a three-year deal to join the Hammers on Monday after leaving Arsenal at the end of his contract.

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Wilshere was born in Stevenage and was brought up in Hitchin, Hertfordshire, an hour's journey north of West Ham's old ground of Upton Park.

Wilshere, on the other hand, is somewhat happy to move clubs within London, especially to a place long loved by him and his family, as they all have been lifetime Hammers fans.

"I think it was a number of things", he confirmed, "the manager being one and the way he wants to play and where he sees me playing".

It is expected that West Ham and Lazio will eventually thrash out terms that will see Anderson sign for the club-record fee.

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Chelsea are claimed to have now set their sights on Anderson, but West Ham are pressing the accelerator in a bid to make sure the Brazilian is plying his trade at the London Stadium next season.

When Jack Wilshere left Arsenal this summer, nearly in tandem with father-figure Arsene Wenger, speculation about his next destination was rather timid in comparison to the rumours surrounding players of his ilk.

The midfielder missed out on making the England squad for this summer's World Cup, but he will be looking to hit the ground running at the start of a new chapter.

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