Arsene Wenger is ready to sell Theo Walcott according to the latest media reports.
Walcott has made 388 appearances, scoring 107 goals for the Gunners since making his debut back in 2006. Despite showing moments of brilliance, a number of lengthy injuries have stopped the Southampton Academy graduate from fulfilling his full potential.
Now, as Arsene Wenger looks to restore the Gunners back towards the top of the table, he is looking to offload the flop.
Walcott is also claimed to be considering his future at the Emirates as he looks for regular first team action. This is so he can try to cement his place in Gareth Southgate’s England squad for next summers World Cup, a tournament which England are all but certain to qualify for.
Walcott scored two goals against Belarusian side, BATE Borisov in last weeks Europa League tie, but has been restricted to just three Premier League appearances this season, totalling 46 minutes of action.
West Ham and Everton have been previously credited with having an interest in signing the winger, while Southampton are also thought to be interested in re-signing him.