Everton In Negotiations To Sign Theo Walcott

Kristopher Nichols
January 14, 2018

The England global has been restricted to just 46 minutes of Premier League action this season and now looks certain to leave in January after over a decade of service and over a century of goals.

Despite talk of moving to Italy, Walcott is not keen to join a foreign club and he is prepared to opt for either Everton or Southampton if Arsenal agree to sell him this month. 'If that is possible to get over the line I'd be delighted.

Returning to his first professional team has always appealed to Walcott, though Everton's ambition to challenge the established top six of Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham is also understood to be an attraction.

"It's not imminent but negotiations are ongoing".

Walcott is yet to start a Premier League game this season.

Earlier on Thursday, Saints boss Mauricio Pellegrino said: "We know Walcott is a very good player but now it is not my concern to talk about players not in the club".

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"In this window, or in any window, you don't get too optimistic because so many things can happen in a short space of time".

Wenger said he wants Walcott to stay but, when asked he if he could give the player any assurances about game time, the manager said: "No, you just cannot do it, because it is not honest". We have a good relationship.

He went to world cup in 2006 but hasn't been since for different reasons.

Wenger defended his decision to play Iwobi so soon after he broke club rules, but the move sparked criticism from former Arsenal striker Ian Wright.

Wenger straight-batted questions about their interest in Friday's news conference.

Asked if the move was motivated by Walcott's global ambitions, Wenger said: "Yeah of course, everyone wants to play". "We are not on that case at the moment".

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