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Tony Graham
1 Posted 16/07/2017 at 17:19:56
No, No, No... and thrice No!
James Morgan
2 Posted 16/07/2017 at 17:21:39
Injury prone and never lived up to his potential. Not for me, certainly not at £30m.
Wai Kin Low
3 Posted 16/07/2017 at 17:21:44
Walcott is 28 years old – not 30 – but hopefully Everton wouldn't sign him anyway. There are better, younger and hungrier players in other leagues like Embolo, Pulisic, Brandt, Dembele, etc..
Jay Harris
4 Posted 16/07/2017 at 17:28:40
Fast, proven goalscorer, flexible – can play on the wing or up front.

Only worry is recent injury problems.

A snip at £30m in the current climate if medically fit.

Tanvir Akram
5 Posted 16/07/2017 at 17:39:39
He would be an excellent signing. I would much rather have Walcott and Giroud for £50m than £Sigurdsson for £50m.

Walcott, given an important role in the team, will flourish with players like Rooney around.

Jason Broome
6 Posted 16/07/2017 at 17:41:56
Surrounded by Arsenal fans due to where I live, work, date, drink etc... £30 Million!? They would snatch our hands off. Lightweight, injury prone almost every season, fleeting moments of promise followed by long periods of failure.

Heavily criticised by the fans last season for being extremely lazy and ineffectual. Even at £20 Million the world has gone mad. Newspaper nonsense.

Get Mahrez and let's stop pissing about.

James Stewart
7 Posted 16/07/2017 at 17:43:04
No not good enough for Arsenal or us.
Gavin Johnson
8 Posted 16/07/2017 at 17:47:42
I'm starting to think that we'd be better served playing Rooney as an out-and-out striker rather than putting him out on the left or as a No 10. He needs fast players to put the ball onto him. I have no doubts that he will hit 15 goals if he gets the ball in the right positions.

Walcott fits the bill and can score plenty of goals himself either out on the right or as a striker. 19 goals last season is an incredible return given that he was in and out of the side. It's a yes from me, but Mahrez is the player we should really sign.

Mike Gaynes
9 Posted 16/07/2017 at 17:53:22
i can't understand why Koeman would want him.

Yes, he can score... a goal every four games, all from open play, is an excellent return for a winger. By contrast, Bolasie scores once every ten games.

But Walcott absolutely defines lazy. If he's not on the ball, he's not on at all. Dead space unless going forward.

Keith Johnson
10 Posted 16/07/2017 at 17:58:44
What happened with the Italian strikers we where link too??? Now we are being linked to Arsenal and Chelsea cast-offs
Jack Convery
11 Posted 16/07/2017 at 17:59:26
No Thanks. Waste of space.

Please get Van Dijk, Vardy and Sigurdsson. What a team we'd have then.

Jason Broome
12 Posted 16/07/2017 at 18:00:11
Just to add.

For many years the rivalry between Spurs and Arsenal incorporated the rivalry between Walcott and Lennon. Who was the better winger, with Lennon often coming out on top.

Now ask yourself... would you pay £15 Million for Lennon? How is Walcott worth double?

Let's not turn into the Premier League 'New Money' mugs.

Mike Green
13 Posted 16/07/2017 at 18:09:40
No twerps thank you.
Gary Edwards
14 Posted 16/07/2017 at 18:14:06
No thank you, once Bolasie is back, we have plenty of options in the wide positions. Any money spent up front needs to be spent on a tall lad with a bit of pace and goals in him unless we're hoping the youth will come through and I have no issues with that.
Shaun Wilson
15 Posted 16/07/2017 at 18:14:40
Yes Jack (#9), I don't know about Vardy though, I think he would be a "plucky" signing. We have to replace our old striker like for like (goals not attitude or effort). Still plenty of time, and I have a lot of faith in our management team based on our off-season so far.

Nothing but the best.

Chris James
16 Posted 16/07/2017 at 18:17:28
A fit Walcott could be an amazing asset, his pace, direct running and eye for goal would genuinely add something different to our squad and it's also possible a fresh start would see him kick on.

However ,I think it's a big assumption that he can stay fit; having only just got rid of a load of sicknotes and already carrying 3 injured players, I'd suggest we need to avoid risks.

Jason Broome
17 Posted 16/07/2017 at 18:22:28
Er... Wrong vid.

Jim Potter
18 Posted 16/07/2017 at 18:29:56
Has to be another Mirror fake news story (I hope).
Adam Scott
19 Posted 16/07/2017 at 18:30:21
You are not being serious Gary are you?

We have a paucity of wide options with or without Bolasie. I think you can write off this season for him, regardless. That is if he gets back to his best, which I doubt.

Far better signing than Gylfi for me.

Jason Broome
20 Posted 16/07/2017 at 18:33:36
We only need 4 players from here on.

Van Dijk, Mahrez, Dembele and possibly Sigurdsson.

With Rooney, Ramirez, Scheiderlin, Klaassen, Keane, Gueye, Baines, Bolasie, Coleman, Davies, Lookman, Pickford, Mirallas, etc that's not a team that should be expecting 7th.

With these names playing their best, I would secretly expect a run at the title.

Neil Thomas
21 Posted 16/07/2017 at 18:35:59
To be honest, I would prefer us to give Dowell a chance instead. The lad's got plenty of skill and works hard for the team. So why not spend that money towards a top quality left-sided cebackntre-?
Sam Hoare
22 Posted 16/07/2017 at 18:43:59
Bar 2015-16 I think he's scored around 1 goal every 3 games over the last 5 seasons. That's pretty good for a striker and remarkable for a winger. If he was fit and maybe a year or two younger then I'd be very excited but at his age and with his injury record the jury is out.

A match fit Walcott would probably be a better option than any of our wide options and at the moment we have only Sandro who has even a hint of pace up front but £30m seems a lot (even in this market) for someone with his injury issues (and potentially dwindling pace?).

Neil Thomas
23 Posted 16/07/2017 at 18:49:15
Jay (#4),

A snip... really? A snip is Lookman at one-third of the price and over 10 years younger. Full of pace skill and an eye for goal.

Brent Stephens
24 Posted 16/07/2017 at 19:08:31
I might be in a minority but I don't want "too many" new signings in one window. One more signing, a Rom replacement, and that's enough for me. The reason being I want to be able to call the team "Everton".

Signing a full new starting XI wouldn't feel to me like Everton. A starting XI with, say, Holgate, Jags, Schneiderlin, Gana, Davies, Lookman gives us continuity (though 3 of them are relatively new) - in the sense of an existing Everton side strongly added to.

Leave it to another window to sign more. Otherwise, it will feel to me like we just bought success, like we bought a mass of players into which a few existing players are absorbed. Gradual change will feel like a few new players are absorbed into the existing Everton.

Extreme and highly unlikely scenario... if we signed all of Chelsea's first team in one go, would that feel like Everton playing?

But if we do sign a shed load more? Well. I guess I'll just live with it!!

Roll on, Stoke!

Ron Marr
25 Posted 16/07/2017 at 19:26:56
Everton are no longer a home for other teams problem children. Just say no to Walcott and Remy
Clive Mitchell
26 Posted 16/07/2017 at 19:27:28
Most over-rated player in Premier League history, Walcott is to Barkley as Goofy is to Einstein.
Pete Laffey
27 Posted 16/07/2017 at 19:34:40
Agree with the Mahrez comments or the player we were heavily linked with in the January transfer window, Juan Mata. I think we could get him for half the price of what Swansea want for Sigurdsson.
Darren Hind
28 Posted 16/07/2017 at 19:41:04
"Otherwise, it will feel to me like we bought success."

The Aussies used to love to take the piss out of us - "What the definition of ambition? ... A Pom batsman wearing sunscreen.

Still, I like a bit of ambition.

Dermot Byrne
29 Posted 16/07/2017 at 19:42:01
Something in my head says he is good. Though I am doubting that now. Isn't he quick?
John Newman
30 Posted 16/07/2017 at 19:43:19
Please God do not let this be true; another Jack Wilshere ... has the talent but has the bone density of a rice cracker.
Gavin Johnson
31 Posted 16/07/2017 at 19:53:45
Jason (#12),

I'm sure the debate between Arsenal & Spurs fans over who was better out of Walcott and Lennon was pretty subjective. From an objective point of view I would imagine that Walcott would wins hands down.

Aaron's a good direct player but has absolutely no end product. Walcott scored 19 goals last season. The problem with Walcott is fitness, not goals or assists.

Jason Broome
32 Posted 16/07/2017 at 20:14:26
Hi Gavin.

Nope. I've worked at Arsenal. Unfortunately I've always been around them for some inexplicable reason. Many a conversation in the pub and on forums and been to matches... for the love of a devoted but delusional girlfriend.

It's the Arsenal fans that don't rate him. One of the frustrations surrounding Arsene Wenger is that he has stayed true to him when they should have replaced him.

Even Ian Wright wants them to sell him!

Walcott is to Arsenal what (say) John Cena is to wrestling. A face of a generation who haven't lived up to the promise and legacy of a previous one.

From afar, other teams' players always look good. We know our players and they know theirs. I tend to trust the judgement of their fans over a 5-minute YouTube video.

At a fairer price it doesn't hurt to add pace to the team. But at £30 Million... behave.

Stu Smith
33 Posted 16/07/2017 at 20:15:46
I seriously can't see Arsenal selling anyone to us as we are now direct competition. Arsenal are on a slide and we are on the up.
Shaun Wilson
34 Posted 16/07/2017 at 20:20:42
There isn't a player in the world that's exempt from injury. He has had his injury issues, but scoring 19 goals as a bit-part player last season is very impressive to say the least. Worth a try at the right price.

My biggest problem is this: Shouldn't we be " swooping" for Sanchez, or any of the other lads that are keeping Walcott on the bench?

Jason Broome
35 Posted 16/07/2017 at 20:23:13
Stu,

I think they will sell him to us because £30 Million from us is £30 Million towards Mahrez (a player their fans want and believe can take them forward) or another like for like.

'New Money' Everton haven't been in the big boy game for long and are prone to make mistakes. We don't need their cast offs –we need to be competing with the players they want and need to crack the top 4.

Dennis Ng
36 Posted 16/07/2017 at 20:28:01
I'm open to taking any player at a reasonable price but £30m for Walcott is not that type of deal. We might as well just throw the money at Vardy or Mahrez.
Gary Edwards
37 Posted 16/07/2017 at 20:28:26
Adam (#19),

Mirallas, Lennon, Dowell, Bolasie, Calvert-Lewin, Sandro, Lookman then possible options from the U23s: Henen, Bowler, Donkor is not exactly a paucity.

Granted a lot of them are naturally left- sided players whereby Walcott would be considered for the right attacking midfield role. I don't think he is an improvement on what we already have and at £30m it just seems like a waste of money that would be better spent elsewhere, ie, height upfront.

Jason Broome
38 Posted 16/07/2017 at 20:40:34
One Arsenal player I would love to have is Aaron Ramsey. Still sticks in my throat that he choose them over us for £5 Million.

If you had Ramsey, Sanchez and Ozil feeding you the ball with Giroud linking and holding up play you to would score 19 goals.

The debate rages on though and everybody has a right to have their say.

Gavin Johnson
39 Posted 16/07/2017 at 20:44:11
Jason

Yes, Walcott seems to be a whipping boy at Arsenal, and so is Aaron Ramsey to a lesser extent. Walcott seems to have been around for years, and I agree he's never fulfilled the prodigy status he had at 16 when Sven called him up to the England world cup squad. I think that comes down in the main to his injury problems. He's also been one of those winger-come-strikers like Kevin Marallas who you can never quite decide what their best position is, so you end up throwing them on from the bench.

I don't see how anyone would think Aaron Lennon is better than Walcott though, even though I remember they were often compared to each other when Lennon was around the England squad.

I'd really like us to sign Mahrez, but wouldn't be against Walcott coming in, although I do have some doubts about his fitness. Maybe we can do part exchange with Arsenal for one of own whipping boys, Barkley. I'd take Walcott and £10m. It would be worth it just to piss Daniel Levy off.

Brian Denton
40 Posted 16/07/2017 at 21:14:54
I think I'd file this one under 'Crap'.
Tony McNulty
41 Posted 16/07/2017 at 21:18:45
We seem to be linked to anyone who is warm with a pulse at the moment.

I can still see us getting another striker, a central defender, and a creative midfielder. I doubt Walcott is on our bucket list.

Just a thought. If you sign a crap player does he end up on a 'kick the bucket' list? Sorry – it doesn't get any better this late on a Sunday.

Chris Watts
42 Posted 16/07/2017 at 21:23:24
Off topic but Per Krøldrup looks superb in this Star Sixes. He's composed and look real quality. Elegant like Rio Ferdinand. I wonder what went on there and whether he would maybe have made it under a different manager?
Tony Dove
43 Posted 16/07/2017 at 21:29:04
I think I would be happier if the club declared there would be no more transfer business in this window. You can't buy a new team in two months and other clubs are now seeing us an opportunity to off-load unwanted players at silly prices.
Gavin Johnson
44 Posted 16/07/2017 at 21:38:59
Chris #37

I'm guessing Krødrup flattered to deceive. There's not much need to head a football if it was Star Sixes.

Tom Bowers
45 Posted 16/07/2017 at 21:43:16
This has to be garbage news. Walcott is past his best and no improvement whatsoever on Deulofeu so why even consider him? He is a poor tackler and yes, has speed... but, at 28, has injury problems that won't get any better.
John Hammond
46 Posted 16/07/2017 at 21:52:45
Tabloid nonsense.
Gavin Johnson
47 Posted 16/07/2017 at 22:00:25
Has the French Algerian from Lyon who we wanted last summer moved yet? Last time I saw his name come up, it said he would be out of contract this summer after seeing out his contract.
Clive Mitchell
48 Posted 16/07/2017 at 22:22:47
We're obviously split on this one: some of us don't like the idea and the rest of us hate it.
Steven Jones
49 Posted 16/07/2017 at 22:27:08
Chris James (#16) – Spot On. Wenger has not played him consistently. With it being a World Cup year this man has the potential to drive us into champions league territory . he is frightening for defenders .

At 28, he would be focused to make his mark and get back in the England team. A totally different class to Bolasie, Mirallas et al.

A big "Hell, Yes" for me! It would be a dream to see him cut the Red Shite to pieces at Goodison.

Steven Jones
50 Posted 16/07/2017 at 22:32:05
19 goals last season – impressive... and yes, productive compared to Gylfi and any other wide man.
Anthony Burke
51 Posted 16/07/2017 at 22:33:53
Great player but very injury prone so it's a no from me at £20 million maybe.
Bill Gienapp
52 Posted 16/07/2017 at 22:48:28
Suddenly £50-million for Sigurdsson doesn't seem quite so outrageous.

Admittedly we could do with some pace and firepower on the wings, but the one quality Koeman seems to prize above all else is consistency. Walcott is a lot of things, but consistent is not one of them.

Nigel Munford
53 Posted 16/07/2017 at 23:08:18
Bill, 19 goals last term for a winger sounds pretty consistent to me.
Shane Corcoran
54 Posted 16/07/2017 at 23:13:28
Theo declared last autumn that the penny had dropped after ten years and he was feeling good about himself.

He proceeded to play shite and lose his place as per usual.

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

Drew Shortis
55 Posted 16/07/2017 at 23:13:47
Just a brief look through Gooners reactions to this story on Twitter tells me everything I need to know. Mostly along the lines of "I'd drive him there myself for £30m" or "We should pay them £30m to take him off our hands".

Clearly not highly rated by many fans of his current club. Seems a little too much like Deulofeu to make any sense.

Jim Potter
56 Posted 17/07/2017 at 00:14:33
Don't get me wrong it's brilliant being linked to (and buying) so many good players and having a squad that can seemingly compete in all the competitions we are now involved in – but, if we keep accruing them at the current rate, how the hell are we going to keep them all (and the promising youngsters) happy?

I know, it's Ronald's problem – let's just hope it is an easy one to deal with and not one that causes a bad atmosphere.

Gordon Crawford
57 Posted 17/07/2017 at 00:39:07
Good player when he is fit, but he is another Darren Anderton. So it's a no from me.
Anthony Dwyer
58 Posted 17/07/2017 at 00:52:53
Walcot has ability but, let's be honest, he's never fit for long enough to get any decent run of games. He's only twice ever hit double figures in the league, one of them being last season.

He has attributes we need at Everton, he's rapid which is something we massively lack, he's got goals in him, he can lift his head up in the box to pick out the correct pass, but unless you can keep him fit he's useless. I'd take a punt on him at £12-15m but £30m would be crazy.

Ihenacho, Martial or Batshuayi would be my choice to add pace and goals to the front line, although possibly only Martial is happy wide out of these three.

Also Wilf Zaha looked like he'd stepped up his game last season, maybe the penny's dropped with him too. He's got pace to burn, can beat a man and should be capable of adding goals to his game under the right management.

David Israel
59 Posted 17/07/2017 at 01:27:10
Whatever happened to Charlie George?
David Ellis
60 Posted 17/07/2017 at 02:12:45
David – Charlie George would be a yes for me, but perhaps we should look at younger Arsenal players. Frank Stapleton perhaps?
Nicholas Ryan
61 Posted 17/07/2017 at 02:54:21
On his best form, Yes. But would we get his best form?
James Watts
62 Posted 17/07/2017 at 03:28:19
Reminds me of Barkley. Burst on to the scene, looked awesome then stagnated and flattered to deceive on most occasions.

A 21-year-old Walcott? Absolutely. But at 28, I wouldn't touch him with a barge pole. He has pace to burn, true, which he'll start to lose now he's getting older; and, once that has gone, he wouldn't offer much at all.

Tony Everan
63 Posted 17/07/2017 at 11:12:03
Fully agree with James, a player that goes missing, can have a few good games then disappears for a few months. He has got the pace, but that will subside. If he picks up an injury, he will be an expensive burden on the squad.

At 28 years old, this signing would be a mistake but maybe Arsenal are just touting him and using our promiscuity in the transfer market as a sales pitch.

Michael Burke
64 Posted 17/07/2017 at 13:14:19
I'm torn on this one. He scores from playing on the wing – 65 for the Arse. Kanchelskis was probably our last goal scoring winger!

He has pace. He is not old – 28. Hopefully bringing a maturity to our young quality players and teaching them how not to go about life as a young pro. I seem to remember him dislocating his shoulder against us the other year.

Derek Knox
65 Posted 17/07/2017 at 13:17:25
I jump to the conclusion, after having read the posts on this thread, that he'd be about as welcome "as a rattlesnake in a lucky dip" and I agree.

It's inevitable I suppose, that we now have some financial backing, to be linked, mostly by agents and journos, to all and sundry.

I do not think for one minute, that our manager, Steve Walsh, and the board, would buy, for the sake of buying, but will only sanction value for money deals, which excludes, injury prones, and those approaching retirement!

I think Van Dijk is an excellent player, but not worth the silly money being asked; however, what a coup that would be, hopefully without sounding contradictory, if we could secure him.

I know we get associated with Bruno Martins Indi, every window, but think on this occasion that he may be genuinely under consideration.

John Pierce
66 Posted 17/07/2017 at 13:35:01
Walcott is like Rooney, Premier League proven. A player with a high ceiling but with deep flaws.

Those rubbishing him should really think about the players we have bought and understand we cannot reach the elite pool of players we yearn for, yet.

He will undoubtedly make us better. Has goals in him from a wide position and is quick. His flaws are well documented, but he's streets ahead of Bolasie, Mirallas and Deulofeu combined in what he has and can deliver.

Its clear the plan our transfer policy is stepping up in quality not jumping up. Signings are either potentially very good or Premier League proven.

I'm ignoring the buying of U23 talent as we are looking at the first team here.

But overall, you cannot deny a clear strategy – something we have lacked for years. Good addition, IMO.

Paul Kossoff
67 Posted 17/07/2017 at 15:22:41
Apparently he's another boyhood red; it's a no from me.

And now we are being linked with another flop, Remy, the one who turned us down because he would rather sign for Crystal Palace, and he has been a flop there to.

We had better get a proven goal scorer in quick – but not "I wanna be a striker" Walcott.

Paul Tran
68 Posted 17/07/2017 at 15:37:05
If we could guarantee his fitness, apart from the Coleman type incidents, I'd take him. A very big if, mind.

Just out of curiosity, if we had a winger/striker who scored 19 goals last season, how much would we want for him?

Yeah, 19 goals and he's not as good as Deufelou. Won't hear a better one than that this week.

Dave Richman
69 Posted 17/07/2017 at 15:48:48
Brent Stephens (#24): "Otherwise, it will feel to me like we bought success."

There may have been a time when I would have agreed with that, but I can't help but feel that my innings on this planet is drawing to a close, and time is running out. Indeed, there are probably others in the 'veteran' category who are in a similar predicament, so the point is that I desperately want us to win something . ANYTHING before I go, and I don't care a jot how we do it.

My kids were too young in 95, and have (disgracefully!) never seen us win a trophy, so if we have to 'buy success' then that's just fine with me.

Eddie Dunn
70 Posted 17/07/2017 at 15:52:31
Ten goals is the Premier League from 23 games could provide the "productivity" that Koeman is looking for throughout the team. He could be useful but his injury record is worrying.
Brent Stephens
71 Posted 17/07/2017 at 15:53:47
Dave (#72), having just remembered how old I am, I now agree!

Bring on the trophies. And the new stadium, so that when I die, they can scatter me at Bramley-Moore Dock – no cremation, just scatter me at BMD!

Dave Abrahams
72 Posted 17/07/2017 at 16:07:32
Dave (#72), yes I think I am also in the departure lounge but I am not sure I would want us to buy trophies Then again our young supporters have absolutely got to be thought of and that does sway me, so yes, count me in with a bit of regret.

I know I will always remember the brilliant days of first going to the magical and wonderful Goodison Park, especially the first time, there wasn't much success but I couldn't wait to get there, and although I still relish going to 'The Old Lady' it doesn't compare to those days of long ago.

When we win something, it won't half buck me up though.

Andrew Ellams
73 Posted 17/07/2017 at 16:19:42
It's been many a decade now since players from within the ranks made up the bulk of a top flight football team. Even in Howard's team of the 80s, only Ratcliffe and Stevens were home grown. With the exception of Fergie's class of 92, I don't remember anybody have much success without bringing in players from outside the club.
John G Davies
74 Posted 17/07/2017 at 16:22:53
"The departures lounge"

I'm not having that Dave. You and your age group you and I have talked about are made from different stock. You're going nowhere anytime soon. You're not even on your way to the airport.

James Morgan
75 Posted 17/07/2017 at 16:29:02
Relating to a different rumour, and probably rubbish but we are linked with Viera of Las Palmas.

Though it says we are a London team 😐

http://www.marca.com/futbol/las-palmas/2017/07/17/596cc272e5fdea5c1f8b4656.html

Dave Abrahams
76 Posted 17/07/2017 at 16:34:23
John G Davies. (78), hope you are right, anyway you have made me put my insurance policies back in the drawer.
Dan Nulty
77 Posted 17/07/2017 at 18:32:45
I rate him, James Morgan. Vieira would be a good alternative to Sigurdsson even at a much more reasonable price.
Will Mabon
78 Posted 17/07/2017 at 18:40:25
Dave – get them back out; John's post was number 74...
John G Davies
79 Posted 17/07/2017 at 19:03:19
Dave, hide them.

If we get a run in the Europa League, your Tony might be looking to boost his exies.

Jason Broome
80 Posted 17/07/2017 at 23:28:09
James Morgan

Jonathan Viera is quality. Wasn't he the one that ran rings around Madrid and got Bale sent off in frustration?

Dale Rose
81 Posted 18/07/2017 at 12:32:51
Walcott has always struck me as a nearly man. On his day outstanding; on another, not up to the mark.

The top four clubs just buy and buy and buy. Arsenal over the years have been no exception apart from the last couple of years. All the high value players don't seem to stay long and also tend after a time to under-perform.

They do have a big squad and Walcott has never really fitted in that well. I think with a club like Everton and a manager like Koeman, it could be that they could bring out the best in him.

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