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Arsenal set to snub January switch for midfielder despite Santi Cazorla's injury

Daily Star Friday, 2 December 2016
Arsenal set to snub January switch for midfielder despite Santi Cazorla's injuryARSENAL aren't set to recall Jack Wilshere from his loan at Bournemouth in January despite Santi Cazorla's injury, according to reports.
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