Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has said he is working on his Professional coaching badges despite entering the peak of his career as he plans for his future outside of the pitch.
The Arsenal star is currently in the process of getting his Uefa B coaching badge, which permits holders to be head coaches of an amateur club or youth team up to the age of 16. The 25-year-old midfielder started working on his coaching license while on loan at AFC Bournemouth last campaign and rdisclosed that he will move towards getting his Uefa A badge in the future.
Jack Wilshere admits that he may not need the Badge for the next ten years, but wants the license as assurance that he has a plan B to coach once he ends his playing career. Jack Wilshere has had an injury-plagued playing career, but things seems to be changing for good now after making a good comeback from a leg injury for the Gunners this season.
The England international played his first English Premier League match for Arsenal in over 12 months and will hope to continue on that and have a solid season. Jack Wilshere is in the last year of his deal and the manager has claimed he will be offered a new contract if he proves his full fitness.