Jack Wilshere has acknowledged that he would by no means settle for the place of Tottenham Hotspur supervisor.
The 30-year-old retired from soccer over the summer season and is now the supervisor of Arsenal’s Underneath-18 staff.
The previous Gunner revealed on Thursday, as reported by HITC Sport, that Arsenal’s Mikel Arteta is a large inspiration for him in his future profession as a supervisor.
There’s doubt about Antonio Conte’s long-term future as Tottenham’s supervisor. Nonetheless, the previous Arsenal midfielder has acknowledged that if provided the place, he would decline.
In an interview with co-host Andy Goldstein on talkSPORT, he was requested if he did effectively with Arsenal U18s and if Spurs removed Conte and needed him to take the job, would he take it, he replied with a easy “No”.
🔥 Andy: “For those who did extremely effectively with Arsenal’s Underneath 18s…”
🧐 Jack: “Sure…”
👀 Andy: “And Spurs removed Conte & requested should you needed it, would you?”
❌ Jack: “No.”
Don’t count on Jack Wilshere to go from #AFC’s U18s boss to #THFC supervisor 😂 pic.twitter.com/4bf8rXuLV7
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) November 11, 2022
“Do you suppose they’d take me? I’m a little bit extra disliked [than George Graham]. No. No.”
As if Spurs will ever take into account appointing Jack Wilshere.