The 24-year-old’s latest misdemeanour came on a night out with friends where he was also kicked out of a nightclub in London
Jack Wilshere is facing a dressing down from Arsene Wenger after testing his manager’s patience with his off-field antics again.
Wilshere, 24, has risked the wrath of Wenger after he was involved in an altercation between two groups of men outside a London nightclub, having also been chucked out of the nightspot, in the early hours of Sunday morning.
The Arsenal and England star wasn’t in breach of any club rules by being out but Wenger is sure to be frustrated by Wilshere’s latest misdemeanour.
Wilshere has exasperated Wenger with his behaviour away from the pitch in the past.
He received a police warning for spitting on a Tottenham-supporting taxi driver who refused to take him home because he was too drunk.
Wilshere has also been caught in smoking rows three times.
In 2013 he was spotted outside a London nightclub holding a cigarette, and just a year later, at a party following England’s World Cup exit, he was seen smoking in a swimming pool in Las Vegas.
Last year Wilshere was pictured clutching a shisha pipe in a London nightclub.
After that incident Wenger said the talented but injury-plagued midfielder needs to “master his life” so he is likely to take a dim view of Wilshere’s latest brush with controversy.
Wilshere has missed the whole season with a broken leg and returned to first team training last week as he closes in on a return to action.