Theo Walcott has passed his medical at Everton ahead of a reported £20 million move from Arsenal (via Sky Sports).
After twelve years and almost 400 appearances for the club, Theo Walcott’s time at Arsenal is nearly over.
The 28-year-old signed for the Gunners from Southampton way back in 2006 and has since established himself as an important first-team player.
Walcott has won two FA Cups with the club but it looks as if his time at the Emirates his over.
Sky Sports claims that the Englishman has passed his medical at Everton ahead of a proposed £20 million move to the Premier League club.
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The former Southampton has has fallen out of favour in North London lately which is why his time at Arsenal has come to an end.
Theo Walcott has been a solid player for Arsenal in the last 12 years. Only 14 players have scored more goals for Arsenal than Walcott and few in recent memory have carried themselves with as much professionalism. He has been a good servant to the club but it’s best for everyone that his time comes to an end.