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Theo Walcott to leave Everton at the end of June

Former England international Theo Walcott is among a group of players to be released by Everton when their contracts expire at the end of the month. The Toffees have announced that the 32-year-old striker, who arrived in a £20million switch from Arsenal in January 2018 and made 23 appearances for first club Southampton on loan last season, is to leave Goodison Park.
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On This Day in 2006: Theo Walcott becomes England’s youngest international

Theo Walcott became England’s youngest international in a 3-1 friendly victory over Hungary at Old Trafford on this day in 2006. Introduced as a substitute, replacing Michael Owen in the 65th minute, the forward, aged 17 years and 75 days, beat Wayne Rooney’s previous record of 17 years and 111 days.

Southampton confirm Theo Walcott will sign permanent two-year deal

Southampton have confirmed Theo Walcott will sign for the club on a permanent basis this summer after spending the season on loan from Everton. The rapid forward made a name for himself on the south coast as a youngster after breaking into the Saints first team at just 16 years of age, with his stellar performances enough to tempt Arsenal into taking him to the Emirates Stadium.
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Theo Walcott joins Southampton in permanent transfer after loan from Everton

Theo Walcott has agreed to join Southampton on a permanent transfer from Everton after a successful loan spell with his boyhood club. Walcott returned to Southampton in January on loan, 15 years after his sensational move from Saints to Arsenal as a teenager, where he has established himself in Ralph Hasenhuttl’s team, and he will now commit to a two-year contract once his current deal at Everton expires in June. “I’m not sure I can properly express how happy I am about this,” Walcott said. “Southampton is a club that means so much to me, and it has been incredibly...
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Southampton: Club to pursue a deal with Theo Walcott

Southampton have been very pleased with how The Walcott has impacted the team this season and now want to sign him permanently. According to a report from The Athletic, the club will sign Walcott back to his childhood club on a free transfer this summer that will keep him around for the next couple of seasons.
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Chelsea’s struggling Timo Werner is like ‘a young Theo Walcott’, says Joe Cole after Champions League display

Joe Cole compared Timo Werner to “a young Theo Walcott ” as pundits analysed the Chelsea forward’s Champions League performance. Chelsea earned an important 1-0 ‘away’ win – the match was played at a neutral venue in Romania due to Covid travel restrictions – over Atletico Madrid after Olivier Giroud’s spectacular overhead kick in the second half.