- Premier League is scheduled for a restart on June 12
- Wilshere has joined the group of players who express their concern over safety.
- He says it's impossible to play football and stick to social distance rules.
"No player will go back if it’s not safe to do so,’ Jack Wilshere told Sky Sports in the on-line interview.
"I can’t see how you can play football and social distance at the same time.
"These are the questions that people need to ask and need to be answered. It’s as simple as that."
The UK Government has eased some lockdown restrictions on Sunday and also given the Premier League permission to prepare for a June 12 return.
Wilshere is not the first player, who expresses doubts over the decision to resume the season as the coronavirus threat has gone nowhere.
Earlier, Sergio Aguero laid out players' fears related to a return to action: "The majority of players are scared because they have family, they have children, they have babies, parents."
According to the Telegraph, the Premier League will hold briefings with members of the teams to explain the rush behind returning to action - while also discussing various safety measures.