The England international has started just one Premier League game since the end of January, and as such, the tabloid note that his spot in the Three Lions’ squad for their foray to France for this summer’s European Championships has been put under threat.
Walcott, now 27, has had his fair share of injury concerns, but despite returning to fitness, has been unable to nail down a starting berth in Wenger’s plans.
While The Sun suggest that Walcott-who has three years left on his contract—could be convinced to give life at the Emirates another chance should he enjoy a fair share of game time between now and the season’s end—time could well be running out for the wideman in North London.
The tabloid proceed to suggest that should Walcott push for an exit from Arsenal, there will be no shortage of suitors for the talented attacker.
To date, the former Southampton forward has scored five goals and contributed two assists in 24 EPL showings this term, of which nine have been as a substitute.
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