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Emerging reports are suggesting that Arsenal have agreed to consider offers for Theo Walcott this summer. 

The 27-year-old celebrated his tenth anniversary with the Gunners in January but it has been a season to forget for the former Southampton man.

A recent dip in form has seen Walcott heavily criticized by fans and according to the Mirror and the Sun, Walcott, whose future at the Emirates stadium remains uncertain, has been the subject of a £20m offer from West Ham.

The Hammers are intent on bringing in a new striker ahead of their move to the Olympic stadium after co-owner David Gold’s promise of a big signing on Monday.

However, the deal-breaker in a move for Walcott would be agreeing personal terms with the England international who currently earns around £135,000-a-week at Arsenal.

Liverpool and Manchester City have also reportedly made an enquiry for the forward who has scored nine goals in 42 appearances this season.

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