Southampton to move in for Arsenal's 100 club goal scorer


Arsenal's English global winger Theo Walcott has chose to leave the Gunners during this transfer window after having spent the first half of the season on the bench.

That is steep money for Southampton, despite the £75m sale of Virgil van Dijk to Liverpool.

"I have been talking about [Walcott]", Pellegrino was quoted as saying by Press Association. I imagine that this type of player would have a lot of possibility. "For us it's not easy", he told reporters.

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'Hopefully we can bring somebody that can help us be stronger, ' he said. This is our target now. We know the market is hard but we are working on that'.

The winger has made just five appearances in the English top flight for the Gunners this season, all of which have come from the bench and combine for a grand total of 61 minutes.

Walcott left Southampton's academy at the age of 16 to join Arsenal in a £12m transfer in 2006.

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His contract runs out in the summer but Arsene Wenger is desperate to keep the club's longest serving player in North London. "I heard about Southampton's interest but I want him to stay".

Southampton beat Championship side Fulham 1-0 away at Craven Cottage in the FA Cup third round this weekend, while Walcott may start for Arsenal in Sunday's match away to Nottingham Forest.

The likes of Southampton, West Ham, Newcastle, Everton and even Italian giants Inter Milan and Juventus were touted as potential destinations for the 47-time capped English worldwide, but, in the end, a move failed to materialise.

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