Wilshere, who is only just back after a broken leg, trained with his team-mates yesterday and strongly denies any allegations of assault.
But while Gunners boss Arsene Wenger wants to hear his side of the story before taking action, he is not impressed with the 24-year-old’s behaviour.
Wilshere has upset Wenger in the past after being caught smoking, and also received a police warning for attempting to spit on a taxi driver.
And he will be told he needs to clean up his act and stay out of the limelight if he wants to make the most of his injury-plagued career.
Arsenal regard the incident as a private matter that will be dealt with internally, and could throw the book at Wilshere.