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September 23, 2016

Jack Wilshere Net Worth

By Suren Prasad

A diehard Arsenal fan and captain of his school football team, Wilshere enrolled in Arsenal’s youth academy at the age of nine. At 15, he captained Arsenal’s Under-16 team and later joined the Under-18s, but what is Jack Wilshere’s Net Worth?
At 14, he was named in the England Under-16 team to play at the 2006 Victory Shield. In 2007, he was called to serve the Under-17 national team and was later in the line-up for the UEFA European Under-17 Football Championship in 2009. He also played for the Under-19 and Under-21 England teams.

Playing a key role in Arsenal’s 2008-09 FA Youth Cup win, he grabbed the Man of the Match award in the first leg against Liverpool.

Earlier, in July 2008, making his first team appearance for the friendlies before Arsenal’s 2008-09 season, he became the club’s youngest league debutant.

He scored his first competitive goal for Arsenal, in the Football League Cup against Sheffield United, in September 2008. Playing for the first time in the UEFA Champion’s League against Dynamo Kyiv in the same year, Wilshere became the fifth 16-year-old ever to play in this tournament.

January 2009 saw Wilshere sign his first professional deal, which later got extended in July 2009.

In 2010, he signed a deal with Arsenal for £50,000 per week, more than tripling his earlier wages of £15,000.

At the start of the 2010-11 season, Wilshere became England’s tenth youngest player to don the senior team jersey, aged just 18 years and 222 days.

During his first complete campaign in Arsenal’s 2010-11 season, Wilshere was voted by fans as PFA Young Player of the Year as well as Arsenal’s Player of the Season, while also featuring in the PFA Premier League Team of the Year.

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A fractured ankle sidelined him for the 2011-12 season as well as the 2012 Olympics and Euro 2012. He later replaced Robin Van Persie, claiming his number 10 jersey, after his switch to Manchester United.

Wilshere promised to stick with ‘The Gunners’ signing an £80,000-a-week five-year deal in 2013, amounting to over £20 million.

He scored the first brace of his career on November 26, 2013; the first of which was the fastest European goal of all time by a Brit, scored in 29 seconds, in the UEFA Champions League against Olympique de Marseille.

Wilshere also figured in Arsenal’s FA Cup 2013-14 win, as well as the FA Community Shield 2013-14. With 39 per cent of the votes, his goal against Norwich City in the 2013-14 season was named Goal of the Season.

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