Arsenal are reportedly prepared to offload Theo Walcott, who could be set for a sensational return to former club Southampton in the January transfer window.
A heavily depleted Arsenal side triumphed against BATE Borisov in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday, thanks to a brace from Theo Walcott.
Arsene Wenger has shocked everyone by naming Theo Walcott as the lone striker as Arsenal host Leicester City at Emirates on Wednesday.
Arsenal cruised to a 3-0 victory over West Ham in the English Premier League on Wednesday night
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger will be bereft of the services of summer signing Granit Xhaka for the FA Cup clash against Southampton.
Arsene Wenger will be invigorated by the return of Shkodran Mustafi as Arsenal prepare for the visit of Big Sam and his new Crystal Palace side.
Arsenal finished off a great week by coming from a goal behind to beat Stoke 3-1. After a Charlie Adam penalty had put the Potters ahead, strikes from Theo Walcott, Mesut Ozil, and Alex Iwobi gave Arsenal the three points, leaving them safely in second place after Chelsea's win over West Brom.
Kieran Gibbs starts on the left side of the defence with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain being Wenger's choice for left midfield. Xhaka is replaced by Coquelin, who partners Cazorla in the holding midfield role.
Arsene Wenger never once contemplated selling Theo Walcott this summer, despite his inconsistent form over the last few seasons The Arsenal winger has been in fine form this season, having notched 7 goals in 9 appearances in all competitions. However, the midfielder had a very indifferent 2015/16 campaign, having already matched his league total of 5 goals last season. Despite this, Arsene Wenger has claimed that the thought of selling Walcott didn’t cross his mind, according to ITV : “Look, I haven’t spoken to anybody because I was not ready to let him go. I always wanted to keep him.” Wenger was also understandably full of praise for the 27 year old, citing his mental qualities as integral to his game : “What I’ve seen of him is that he lets the passion for the game come out of his body. That’s what you want from him. “I’ve felt that since he’s played with more freedom, maybe he lets his feelings […]
Arsenal eked out a narrow 3-2 win over Swansea thanks to a double from Theo Walcott and sturdy defending after Granit Xhaka saw red