As a result, Arsenal stand to lose Ramsey on a free transfer at the end of the season, and Wilshere - who is now at West Ham after leaving in a similar situation in July - thinks Unai Emery and the club are making a mistake.
Fans chanted "We've got our Arsenal back" during the 5-1 win at Fulham before the worldwide break, which took the Gunners to within two points of the league's leading trio of Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool.
In the Premier League, the report suggests that Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham could also go for Ramsey, however they are likely to play the long game, with Everton the keen club likely to make the first move.
"It seems to me that the manager has said, "I can get better somewhere else", Merson told talkSPORT.
He added: '[We need] this calm because we [beat] a lot of opposition teams with very [poor] performances. The supporters can enjoy it with us but also we're speaking with our reality every day. I'm thinking about Monday's match first, ' Emery said at his pre-match press conference.
One midfielder that looks to be on his way out of the club is Aaron Ramsey, with discussions to extend his current contract now at a standstill.More news: Suds shocker! Climate change could see beer prices soar in Denmark
The pair have won both of their opening Europa League fixtures but Arsenal's hopes of taking control of the group will be hit by having to face the Foxes on Monday after the game was moved for television.
'The mentality is to think like this then play, rest, prepare rest with other players to find our performance each match with these players.
"We need to stay with the best teams in the Premier League".
'The TV has the target to choose the matches Friday, Sunday, Monday.
"The first two matches we lost against Manchester City and Chelsea". My focus is on every match. "I want the mentality for the next match, individual things are not for me to speak on now".
The 29-year-old missed Arsenal's win over Fulham due to a back spasm.