As per the Daily Mail, Everton, West Ham and Newcastle are amongst a number of clubs interested in recruiting the services of Arsenal winger Theo Walcott till the end of the campaign.
The 28-year-old has had very limited playing minutes at the Emirates Stadium this term, with all his 4 league appearances coming from the bench.
The aforementioned trio, including Southampton, Watford and Bournemouth are eyeing a loan deal for Walcott who is also ready to leave north London in search of regular game time.
With 268 topflight games to his name, the England international forward is a veteran as they come, and he surely can add quality to any mid-table team.
Everton really need more attacking verve, and Walcott’s arrival could aid with that, with his pace and finishing a menace to defenders any day.
West Ham also could do with recruitment on the flanks as manager David Moyes plans to guide his men to safety.
Newcastle are a side with very little attacking quality within their ranks at the moment, and Walcott will definitely have a starting berth to himself if the Toons come out top in the race for his signature.