After commenting that Everton would see a few more players join up during this summer transfer window, Ronald Koeman might be looking to conduct a double swoop on the Emirates.
Reports in the British press claim that Everton have readied a €34 million bid for Walcott after receiving positive overtures from both club and player. The England global scored an impressive 19 goals across all competitions in 2016/17, despite not necessarily being first choice for Arsene Wenger and the Gunners. Arsenal could be loathe to sell to a direct rival, but may not have a choice if Walcott wants to leave the club.
The Toffees have already had a busy summer in the transfer market, signing the likes of Jordan Pickford from Sunderland, Wayne Rooney from Manchester United and Michael Keane from Burnley. The 28-year-old is somewhat an underrated talent at the Gunners and his 19-goal tally last season was hugely impressive.
It's unlikely that the French global moves to Everton, but it's suggested that there could be more success in a swoop for Walcott who will want regular first-team football next season to force his way into the England squad for the World Cup.
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