Bournemouth and Crystal Palace have been given hope in their bid to sign Jack Wilshere on loan from Arsenal on deadline day.

The Cherries and the Eagles have made offers to take Wilshere on loan after Arsenal signalled he could move on on a temporary basis and both Eddie Howe and Alan Pardew have held talks with the England international.

But Roma have barged into the mix and have already agreed terms with Wilshere's representatives, with the midfielder keen on heading to the Italian capital.

However, according to the BBC, there is still hope for Bournemouth and Palace.

It is claimed that Arsenal are unhappy with Roma's conduct during talks over Kostas Manolas earlier this summer and as such a deal being agreed between the clubs will not be easy.


And if Arsenal cannot reach an agreement with Roma, Wilshere may be forced to stay in England, which would mean choosing between Bournemouth and Crystal Palace.

Arsenal are keen for Wilshere to move on as they look for him to play regularly this season.