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Club legend: Arsenal must definitely complete this £30million striker transfer deal


Arsenal legend Ian Wright believes the Gunners should accept Everton's £30million offer for Theo Walcott.

Recent reports have claimed that the Toffees want to add the Englishman to Ronald Koeman's squad.

Wright was full of praise for the 28-year-old but says the offer is too good to be turned down.

"Sad to see the amount of disrespect that Theo gets from the fans," he wrote on Twitter.

"I'll always love him, but if it is a 30 million bid, got to take it."

Last week, manager Arsene Wenger declared that the striker will stay at the club and fight for a regular place.

"[Theo Walcott?] He wants to score and wants to play and fight and is focused. It's just to continue to play like he plays, he will score. He creates chances and that will come again," the Frenchman said.

"Sometimes you fight a little bit for it but if you create chances that will come back naturally."

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