Arsenal: Walcott Says He Won’t Leave In January But Wilshere Urges Him To Sign The Contract Soon

Jack Wilshere wants Theo Walcott to sing the ting soon. He has already let his feelings about the contract situation of the winger and urged him to sign the contract soon. Wilshere along with four other British stars extended their contract in midweek and now wants his pal to stay at the emirates too. According to Daily mail, Theo who has apparently turned down a £75,000-a-week contract is believed to be back in talks with Arsenal, but Walcott has ruled out leaving in January, fueling speculation that he is hoping to sign a free contract to a rival club at the end of the season, which would see him net a substantial signing on fee. 

However nothing is clear as far as Walcott’s situation is concerned and talking about this, Wilshere said:

“Everybody at the club wants Theo to re-sign. I’m always winding him up, saying ‘C’mon Theo, sign’. But that is something he has got to sort out. It is up to him and the club to reach an agreement and I hope they do. Theo’s been great for us and he knows what he means to us and the fans. Five of us British boys have just signed so hopefully he can be the sixth and cap it off.”

“We’re all great friends, the British boys. We all go out together, have meals together and we all sit together when we’re on the road. It was nice to sign a new contract. It’s a great club. It’s like home, my friends and family are down the road. I’ve shown commitment to the club and they’ve shown commitment to me. We have a good thing going on.”

It looks like Walcott wants more than the £75,000-a-week contract. With Wenger promising a starting berth place and a striker role as he wished for it should have some substantial changes in the England International’s mind. It is up-to Theo to stay or not. 

 

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