Robbie Savage thinks Jack Wilshere could leave Arsenal

Savage thinks Wilshere could leave Arsenal
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Robbie Savage believes that Jack Wilshere could leave Arsenal for a "bigger club".

Robbie Savage believes that Jack Wilshere could eventually leave Arsenal for a "bigger club".

The England international is reportedly set to become the club captain, but Savage thinks that the lack of silverware at the Gunners in recent years may cause the midfielder to move on.

"I think they risk losing Jack Wilshere to a bigger club capable of fighting for major prizes, just as they have lost Robin van Persie, Cesc Fabregas, Thierry Henry Patrick Vieira and others down the years," Savage told The Mirror.

"Terminal decline is probably a bit harsh, but I fear Arsenal's season could get even worse.

"Now they have barely a dozen games left to try and salvage fourth place in the Premier League – but don't put your mortgage on it. They are going to struggle to make the Champions League again next season."

Arsene Wenger's side beat Aston Villa 2-1 at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday.

Jack Wilshere congratulates Theo Walcott after scoring against Chelsea on January 20, 2013
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