Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe is proud to have signed Jack Wilshere from Arsenal this season and hopes his signing would open the door for more big name players to come to the south coast club.
Jack Wilshere broke his leg last month, an injury that curtailed his development at Bournemouth, but the Cherries boss is filled with positives from the England man’s short spell with them. Howe reckons that the signing of Wilshere has offered the Cherries more exposure, and has sent a message to other players and club sides about how ambitious they are.
They are set to finish the season in the top eight if they can pull off a win against Leicester in their last match this weekend. Finishing that high on the Premier League table would be a remarkable achievement for a club that was playing in the English League Two seven years ago.
They are interested in signing Chelsea’s trio of john Terry, Asmir Begovic, and Nathan Ake, as well as Sunderland’s Jermaine Defoe this summer.