Everton have joined the race to sign Arsenal winger Theo Walcott according to reports.
The 28-year-old has hardly featured for the Gunners this season, making only three substitute appearances in the Premier League this season, totalling 47 minutes of action to date. He has been mostly used in the Europa League, where he has made four appearances and scored two goals.
His limited game time combined with the upcoming World Cup have prompted speculation about his future, with many believing he could end his 11-and-a-half year stay at the Emirates in January in a bid to bolster his chances of travelling to Russia.
West Ham and Southampton have been linked with having an interest in the England international since the summer and are still interested in signing him, but according to the Daily Mail, Everton have also joined the race for his signature.
Newly appointed Toffees boss Sam Allardyce wants to add more quality from the wide areas, and as shown with Wilf Zaha at Crystal Palace last season, likes to play on the break using pacey players.
Aside from the last seven days where Everton have scored six goals without conceding, the Blues have struggled to find the back of the net this season.