- Current club: Everton
- Date of Birth: 16 March 1989
- Birthplace: Stanmore, Stanmore, England
- Position: Forward
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Everton have deployed scouts to monitor the performance of Morocco international striker Youssef En-Nesyri at the African Cup of Nations 2019. The forward, who plays in Spain for minnows Leganes, has played in Spain since 2015 where he previously had a spell with Malaga.
Out of contract attacker, Danny Welbeck looks set to make a move to another Premier League side once his contract with Arsenal expires on June 1st, and it is understood that Everton is the new favourites to secure the England international's signature. Welbeck has admitted that he is interested in a transfer to Goodison Park in the past.
Everton could reportedly consider the sale of Theo Walcott in the summer with manager Marco Silva keen on bringing a new wideman into the club's ranks.
Out of favour striker Oumar Niasse has joined Cardiff City on a loan deal until the end of the season, after seeing his first-team opportunities dwindle at Everton over the past 12 months. The burly forward has the option to make his loan transfer a permanent contract in June.
Everton and Turkey international striker Cenk Tosun has vowed to stay at Goodison Park and fight for his place in the first-team. The Toffees' recent good form has left Tosun out on the sidelines with the former Besiktas striker rumoured to be ready to return to his homeland in the January transfer window.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery has admitted that he is surprised by the criticism levied towards goalkeeper Petr Cech since the start of the current campaign.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery was delighted with the efforts of goalkeeper Petr Cech, who made a number of crucial interceptions during the club's 2-0 Premier League triumph over Everton.
Arsenal have reportedly joined Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich in the pursuit of Kenedy, who has impressed at Newcastle United. The Brazilian joined the Magpies on a short-term loan from Chelsea in January.
Everton forward Ademola Lookman is wanted by Crystal Palace at the end of the season. Should the striker decide to leave the Toffees, he is said to be open to a move abroad, where the player is currently playing on loan for Bundesliga side RB Leipzig.
Spanish winger Lucas Perez is hoping to revive his club career with Arsenal next term following a disastrous loan spell with Deportivo La Coruna.
Liverpool and Arsenal could reportedly go head-to-head in the pursuit of Real Madrid winger Lucas Vasquez during the summer.
Arsene Wenger's long career at Arsenal Football Club may well be coming to an end with the legendary Invincibles a far cry from this current crop of players. Many believe that a new lease of life will revitalise The Gunners, but a departure from The Emirates does not necessarily signal a departure from the Premier League for the Frenchman.
Arsenal have named Santi Cazorla in their squad for the knockout stage of the Europa League. The Spain international is currently recovering from a recurrent Achilles injury for which he underwent a 10th operation earlier this season.
Germany international Mesut Ozil has reportedly prepared to pen a fresh three-year contract with Arsenal once he returns from the summer World Cup in Russia.
Burnley have reportedly been given permission to discuss personal terms with Aaron Lennon after they agreed on a transfer package with Everton.
Everton have announced the signing of Theo Walcott from Arsenal for a reported fee of around £20m.The England international has left the north London side after 12 years, where he made a total of 397 appearances.
Arsenal forward Theo Walcott is reportedly undergoing a series of medical tests ahead of his proposed switch to Everton this month.
Everton are reportedly deemed the frontrunners to sign Arsenal winger Theo Walcott during the winter transfer window. The England international has been a bit-player for the Gunners this term, making just five substitute appearances in the top-flight.
Arsenal begin their defence of the FA Cup with an away trip to Nottingham Forest in the third round. The Gunners come into the game on the back of a eight-match unbeaten run, though only three of those matches have resulted in victories.
Arsenal are unlikely to sanction the sale of Theo Walcott this month, unless a club is willing to match their £30m asking price.