The Arsenal striker and winger Theo Walcott has yet to commit his future to the Gunners and the nearer the transfer window gets, the more likely it is that Arsenal will lose the 23-year old England international. Chelsea and Liverpool were the two Premier league teams who seemed most likely to swoop, with Serie A Juventus also very keen.
There was good news for Arsenal fans this week when Liverpool sealed a new contract with Raheem Sterling, while apparently agreeing a transfer deal with Chelsea for their young striker Daniel Sturridge. This basically meant that Liverpool would not be targetting Theo in January.
Chelsea are likely to go for a big name like Falcao and Torres has started to find some form, but two new names have entered the frame. The Daily Star reports that Man City are looking at Walcott and Man United are known to be keen as well.
Both of these clubs will want to entice Walcott to join them for free next summer, but there is a problem with both of them if the rumours about Walcott’s wishes are true. They do not need strikers, they need a winger. Theo is much less likely to get a place as a central striker with them than he is at the Emirates.
Arsenal are possibly on the verge of big things with the new look team filled with youth and talent. Walcott could be a major part of that and he is happy at bArsenal, so as I have said before; Arsenal, give him what he wants and Theo, SIGN DA TING.