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12/01/2018 - 11:41 BST

Arsenal Want To Check This Before Deciding On Everton and Southampton Target Theo Walcott


Arsenal are in no rush to sell Theo Walcott in the winter transfer window despite holding talks with Everton and Southampton this month.

The 28-year-old forward has been left frustrated at his reduced status in the Arsenal squad and is open to offers to leave the north London side this winter.

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.

However, Arsenal are in no rush to reach a decision over Walcott and according to the BBC, the club want to assess the injury situation in their squad before taking a call on the England international.


Olivier Giroud and Danny Welbeck have been struggling with injuries, but are expected to make a full recovery by the end of January.  

If the duo can prove their fitness and Arsenal are sure about the strength in their attacking department, they will allow Walcott to leave the club in the winter window.

Everton are currently leading the chase for Walcott as they are prepared to match Arsenal's £20m asking price and agree to pay his £110,000 per week salary.

The forward is also interested in working under Everton boss Sam Allardyce, who has confirmed that talks are ongoing, and who selected him during his short spell as England manager.