By London correspondent Tony Hughes
Jack Wilshere has placed his Hertfordshire mansion on the market.
The injury-plagued midfielder, 24, has put a mega £3.7million asking price on the luxury six-bedroom property in the leafy town of Harpenden.
Wilshere is in line to land a £520,000 profit in just over three years.
The new-build house with a minimalist interior boasts a vast wine cellar, a home theatre, a leisure suite, three garages, en-suites in all bedrooms, a gym, a pool room, four receptions and a rural setting.
Luxury estate agents Hamptons describe it as “a superb family home with fine views to the rear, built by one of the area’s most reputable developers and enhanced with recent high specification interior design.”
The England international also has a £1.5million flat in Barnet, north London, although the Harpenden property is closer to Arsenal’s London Colney training ground.
The injury-plagued midfielder has been sidelined the entire season after fracturing his shin in training the day before the Community Shield in August.
But, as revealed by Football Insider, he will be handed a new contract that will extend his time with the club he joined as an eight-year-old.
Wenger retains full faith in the Gunners talisman despite some off-field controversies and the series of serious injuries that have stalled his progress since his breakthrough 2010-11 campaign.