Monday, 15 January 2018

Another Arsenal star set to follow Sanchez and Coquelin out of Emirates this January

Everton are set to step up their pursuit of Theo Walcott, according to the Telegraph.
The Toffees have be linked with Walcott since December and are set to make their move now that the transfer window is in full swing.
According to the Telegraph, Everton are set to make a £20m bid for Walcott after Wenger’s latest snub.
Walcott was left on the bench in Wednesday’s league cup semifinal game against Chelsea. Wenger picked Alex Iwobi who broke the club’s rule by partying ahead of the FA cup defeat to Nottingham Forest ahead of Walcott and also preferred Welbeck ahead of the England international.
This latest event is another sign that the England international isn’t part of the manager’s plans and this could just lead to a move before the transfer window closes.
Wenger recently stated he would prefer Walcott to stay but this stems out from the fact that Giroud is injured and Welbeck hasn’t managed to stay fit in the last couple of seasons. Should the duo be fit and running, Wenger could be open to selling the England international.
The former Southampton prodigy on his own part appears keen on a move to a club where he can kick-start his career and wouldn’t mind moving up north.
Everton are hoping a £20m bid will be good enough to convince Arsenal to sell while they are also prepared to convince the player by matching the £110,000 a week wages he currently earns at the Emirates.
A move will bring an end to a 12 year spell at the Emirate, one that will be remembered for his inability to fufill the potential he showed as a youngster.

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