Arsenal are willing to sell
£110,000-a-week star Theo
Walcott in the January transfer
window, rather than losing the
forward for free at the end of next
season.With Premier League side
of Everton, West Ham, Relegated
threaten Crystal Palace and
former side Southampton are
all keeping tabs on the England
international who has fallen
down the pecking order at the
Emirates Stadium with only
46 minutes game time so far in
Premier League this season.
According to The Sun, Arsenal
manager Arsene Wenger could let
the 28-year-old forward to leave
in January after 11 years in North
London in a bid for the club to
raise funds for a replacement.
Walcott who has 18 months left
on his current contract but looks
unlikely to commit to a new
deal and Arsenal are desperate
to avoid a repeat of the scenario
that has unfolded with Alexis
Sanchez and Mesut Ozil.
Walcott who has scored twice
as Arsenal beat BATE Borisov
in the Europa League last week,
is understood he looking for an
option which needs to be playing
regular to earn a spot in Gareth
Southgate squad ahead of next
summer’s World Cup in Russia.

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