Wilshere return could spark midfielder's January exit

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Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong will choose between loan moves to Aston Villa and Wolverhampton Wanderers in the January transfer window, according to The Daily Mirror.

The Ghanian has made 11 appearances this season, but could be sent out on loan to incurred hie first-team opportunities upon the return from injury of Jack Wilshere.

As a result of the England international's return, who is yet to feature this season, will see Arsenal part with Frimpong until the end of the season.

Midlands pair Villa and Wolves are the two reported suitors of Frimpong, but Arsene Wenger will seek out the best possible move for the youngster.

The loss of Jermaine Jenas for the rest of the season increased Villa's need for a replacement midfielder, while Jamie O'Hara's own injury problems leave Wolves requiring midfield cover in the New Year.

The 19-year-old burst onto the scene at the beginning of the season, but was sent off on his Arsenal first start in defeat to Liverpool.

Frimpong produced a dominant display against one of the interest parties, Villa, last week, as Arsenal ran out winners at Villa Park.

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