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Theo Walcott may have to make a tough decision about his Arsenal future in a bid to save his career, according to the Daily Cannon.
The winger is yet to start a league game for Arsenal this season and has been linked with a move away from the Emirates.
Since Wenger’s switch to a 3-4-3 formation, the former Southampton man has been on the bench.
At the time of the switch, it was thought by many that he would be the first to come on if any of Alexis Sanchez or Mesut Ozil isn’t on the pitch but that hasn’t proven to be the case as he is even behind Alex Iwobi and Danny Welbeck at the moment.
Nobody appear concerned about Walcott’s current place in the team, which is surprising considering he is Arsenal’s longest serving player and one of the club’s goal centurion.
With the World Cup around the corner and his situation at Arsenal not looking like it will get better anytime soon, Walcott may just consider moving to one of the few clubs believed to be interested in his services.
West Ham and Southampton are reportedly keeping tabs on the forward and should any of them table a good offer, both the player and the club would consider a move.
Arsenal may see it as a perfect opportunity to sell a player who is fifth choice in the pecking order.
The player would also see this as a good opportunity to kick-start his career, because at 28, he can only get one more major deal in his career and that is unlikely to come from Arsenal.