Arsenal play host to Everton this weekend with Theo Walcott in line to take on his former side.
Arsenal have completed the sale of Theo Walcott this week, to go with previous sales of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Francis Coquelin, ridding our squad of players who have failed to live up to their potential, but who else needs to go?
Theo Walcott’s move to Everton from Arsenal has finally been confirmed, following on from confirmed reports about his medical this morning.
The winger joined the Gunners back in January 2006, and went onto clock-up 270 Premier League outings for our side, scoring 65 goals along the way.
Arsenal play host to West Ham in today’s Carabao Cup Quarter-final, as we attempt to win the competition for the first time under Arsene Wenger.
The French boss has so far failed to lift the trophy, although he has consistently used the full breadth of his squad in the competition over the years. The same is expected from his line-up today also.
Jack Wilshere has been urged to consider his future at Arsenal, with Paul Merson claiming he should reject his current contract offer.
The midfielder started his first Premier League match of the campaign in midweek, coming in for the sidelined Aaron Ramsey, and is believed to be in line for a new deal.
We are less than a month away from the winter transfer window, and there are some interesting players linked with an Arsenal move.
Ian Wright and Darren Bent have both claimed that Theo Walcott should leave Arsenal Football Club.
The forward has fallen down the pecking order in recent years, and has been limited to only three substitute outings in the Premier League so far this term.
Theo Walcott has sung the praises of Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere after his midweek display against Red Star Belgrade, but do the club need him more than they know?