Reports are suggesting that Juventus have made Theo Walcott their top January transfer target according to The Mirror. Walcott has just one year left on his contract at the Emirates, and the Serie A side have already contacted Walcott’s agent to sound out a deal.
Colin Gordon (Walcott’s agent) has since denied that he has held any such conversations, however rumours are hotting up surrounding the young Englishman’s future. Wenger expects Theo to resign, especially after only just starting to establish his career under the Frenchman in the past few years and is it hard to say that he has yet reached his potential or outgrown Arsenal.
Apparently Juventus would be willing to sell Serbian star Milos Krasic to finance the Walcott deal, with Chelsea and Manchester United strong favourites for his signature. What do you think? Should Arsenal cash in on the English international that shows encouraging signs of brilliance who really wants to play as a striker? Or do should the Gunners keep the winger that is very hot-and-cold? No deal will emerge in January as the report had suggested, but come next summer if he fails to resign then Wenger may well sell the speedster.