Southampton hopes to sign Theo Walcott’s loanee completely this summer season, in keeping with stories.
The pacy on he moved to St. Mary’s in October on a time period loan deal from Everton.
The marketing campaign began well, scoring against Wolves and former Arsenal membership earlier than the new year.
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Regardless of his type dropping a bit, the 32-year-old player has impressed Southampton.
Based on talkSPORT, the Saints need to sign Walcott completely on the end of the season.
They’re aiming for the player to agree a long-term contract that may see him end his career on the south coast.
Talking about Walcott, talkSPORT switch reporter Alex Criminal said: “He’s prone to stay in Southampton past the end of the season.
“There’s a sturdy need from each side to sign a everlasting deal in Southampton.
“It may be a long-term deal. We’re not speaking a couple of one-year contract taking him till the end of subsequent season.
“Southampton has been fully blown away by Walcott on and off the field by way of his performances, his fitness ranges, but in addition the management qualities he has proven within the dressing room.”
The deal will seemingly rely on Everton’s willingness to let Walcott leave.
Toffees boss Carlo Ancelotti appears undesirable at Goodison Park due to the type of Richarlison and James Rodriguez this season.
Ancelotti’s latest 3-4-3 formation will not be excellent for Walcott both. Within the 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace on Monday, Seamus Coleman and Lucas Digne have been used as backs.
Richarlison and Rodriguez have been chosen in attack, alongside prolific striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin, leaving no room for Walcott within the beginning lineup.
Which means the Englishman will seemingly be tempted by the everlasting motion of the Saints.
He began his skilled career at St Mary’s in 2005 earlier than securing a £ 5 million move to Arsenal as a young person.
Walcott turned a well-known Gunners star throughout his 12-year stint on the Emirates.
He scored over 100 goals in 398 appearances, winning three FA Cups within the course of.
Walcott lately returned from a hamstring injury and is prone to play in Southampton’s subsequent recreation.
They face West Brom on Monday April 12 at 18:00.