It is hardly surprising that a lot of talk in the football press recently has been about the form of the Arsenal and England international star Theo Walcott. Some Arsenal fans will remember when the fleet footed forward was like this before when he was the club’s top scorer in the 2012-13 season with 21 goals from 31 starts and 12 sub appearances in all competitions, but that was the only really productive season we have seen from him.
Liverpool’s Daniel Sturrdge has tasked his representatives to seek out talks with Arsenal, in hope of striking a Deadline Day switch.
The England international is said to be unhappy with his current role under Jurgen Klopp, having picked up under 100 match minutes from the opening four competitive matches, and having been utilized out wide also.
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The odds on Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge joining Arsenal have plummeted apparently, with the forward believed to be unhappy with his current role.
The forward has become one of the most consistent goalscorers in the English game, when he is fit of course, but has seemingly failed to impress Jurgen Klopp at present.
Arsenal are reported to be favourites to sign Daniel Sturridge this summer should he leave his club, but is he the man you would all favour to lead our line next season?
We recently ran a poll in which just over 25% of you would rather neither Alvaro Morata or Jamie Vardy leading our attack next season, and now Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge is re-emerging as a possible target.
The Arsenal transfer rumours are a little thin on the ground at the moment with Arsene Wenger over at the Euros as usual, so I thought I’d have a little peek at what the bookies are forecasting the chances of the Gunners landing any big name strikers if the Jamie Vardy saga fails to come to fruition.
Liverpool lost in last night’s Europa League final, mean they will go into the new season without European football of any sort, and that could play into the hands of Arsenal.
The Merseyside club lost to Seville 3-1 last night, after taking a 1-0 lead into the half-time break, and will be strongly disappointed to have ended the season with only an eighth place finish to boast of.
Danny Welbeck has been ruled out for the next nine months following the knee injury he picked up at the weekend, and Arsenal will surely have to sign one or two new strikers to cover for him.
We have been linked with a number of options, and while some of appear a little far-fetched, the possibility still remains.