West Ham United put in a very impressive performance against Liverpool last night, as they held them to a 1-1 draw at the London Stadium.
The Hammers will be hoping that last night’s performance is a sign of things to come as they could have quite easily snatched all three points, with a number of chances falling their way in the second half.
And, the London club received a big boost on the injury front recently, as according to The Times, Manuel Pellegrini is hopeful that Jack Wilshere will be back in training in a few weeks.
Manuel Pellegrini is hopeful that midfielder Jack Wilshere will be back in training in a few weeks.
Wilshere, who played in West Ham United’s first four matches, had surgery on a persistent left ankle problem in September. He has only managed to play five minutes since December, though, amid fears his season may be over.
So, hearing news that he may return to training in a few weeks time will come as a big boost as the Hammers could do with some extra quality in the middle of midfield, with Mark Noble struggling to make up for Wilshere’s creative side of things.
Jack Wilshere, who is valued at £16.2 million (by Transfermarkt), has been a big miss for the Hammers since suffering his injury as they’ve lacked creativity in the middle of the park.
Indeed, supporters would love nothing more than to see the Englishman on the field at the London Stadium before the end of the season, as he could still play a big part.Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!
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