A move to Everton could be exactly what Theo Walcott needs to finally get back to his best.
Everton are said to be interested in signing the Arsenal forward this summer, by the Telegraph.
Ronald Koeman has plenty of money to spend, and feels that Walcott’s arrival could enhance the quality of his attacking options.
And the move looks perfect for all parties, if it does go through.
Walcott’s career has stagnated at Arsenal, with the 28-year-old merely being used as a back-up option this season.
However, at Everton, Walcott would be seen as one of the Merseyside club’s main players, and that responsibility could bring out the best in him.
Walcott has never really forged a role for himself at Arsenal. He has been used out wide and up-front, with Arsene Wenger rotating his position in the team.
At Everton, though, he would be one of Koeman’s main attacking weapons and a run of games is what Walcott needs.
Walcott’s goalscoring record this season is outstanding, given his lack of starts, with the striker hitting 19 goals in 37 appearances across all competitions.
And, in flashes, he has shown just how valuable an asset he can be.
Walcott needs a run of games though, and a fresh start at Everton could be the perfect move for the attacker to make at this stage of his career.