Theo Walcott is on the verge of a summer move to West Ham United, according to an ‘exclusive’ in The Sun.
The attacker, who this year celebrated a decade at Arsenal, has fallen out of favour at the Emirates and is believed to be excited at the possibility of kick-starting his career with the Hammers when they move to the Olympic Stadium.
The report, which comes less than 10 days since a spurious link with Manchester City, claims Arsene Wenger is open to letting Walcott move on, so long as the Gunners recoup a fee in excess of £20 million.
Walcott, 27, has scored 85 goals in 344 appearances since joining from Southampton in 2006 but has struggled for form since returning from the cruciate knee ligament injury that cut short his 2013/14 season.
Perhaps a move to a stadium built for athletes that run without a ball might suit the lad.
Let’s see, it could be more posturing on the part of his representatives. Here’s the poo-ometer anyway…