Theo Walcott

Theo Walcott | Arsenal & England Wonderkid

The world of football is no stranger to passionate opinions, and retired England footballer Theo Walcott has now joined the chorus, offering his perspective on the relentless scrutiny that has become an inseparable companion to Harry Maguire, a seasoned defender in the prime of his career. Maguire, at the age of 30, finds himself under the microscope, navigating the turbulent waters of professional football and facing the challenges and pressures that have defined his journey in recent years.

Theo Walcott, the Southampton veteran, has hinted that the team's battle against relegation could prompt him to retire from football. As he approaches his 34th birthday in ten days, the English forward has said that all options are open to him at the end of the season, including pursuing a career in football journalism.

After Arsenal's victory over Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday in the North London derby with a score of 2-0, Theo Walcott has poked fun at Tottenham Hotspur fans. While Arsenal fans will remember Walcott for his role during Arsene Wenger's difficult final years in charge, Spurs fans will remember one particular moment. Walcott spent 12 years playing for Arsenal. Walcott sustained an injury in the final seven minutes of Arsenal's 2-0 FA Cup third-round victory at the Emirates Stadium in January 2014.

Theo Walcott has been in the news about the title prediction he made about Arsenal. The pundit has had much to say about the current and upcoming matches of the Premier League’s current season. He has backed his former team Arsenal, saying that they have all potential to win their first title in Premier League after 20 years. He also branded Tottenham as not having what it takes to bring down Arsenal in the much-anticipated match coming up on Sunday at North London Derby.

According to Theo Walcott felt that Kylian Mbappe, France's forward is going to struggle against Kyle Walker, the England defender's physicality. The Three Lions faced Les Bleus in the quarter-finals of World Cup 2022 if both countries progress from their upcoming last-16 games against Austria and Senegal, respectively.

According to Gazzetta, Arsenal remain on the heels of Manuel Locatelli as they plot an ambitious January move for the Juventus midfielder. The Italy international’s future at the club remains uncertain, with the Gunners boss still keen on bringing him to north London and strengthening the squad. Manuel Locatelli’s future at Juventus hangs by a thread as he remains outside Massimiliano Allegri’s immediate plans. Despite playing healthy minutes this season, the Italy international is yet to cement a place in the starting lineup as the club evaluates the futures of several players and staff.

Englishman Theo Walcott was left on the bench for the entire duration of the Premier League clash between his Southampton side and Aston Villa last week Friday. Theo Walcott was an unused substitute as Aston Villa beat Southampton by a lone goal at home thanks to the first half strike from Jacob Ramsey.

Reading FC tried to secure a deal to bring former England international Theo Walcott to the club, but they were unable to convince Southampton to terminate the forward’s contract so that he could end up at the Royals, the Reading Chronicle have reported. Walcott was linked with other Championship clubs on transfer deadline day, including West Bromwich Albion and Cardiff City, but the 11pm deadline passed with the 47-cap international still a Saints player.

English winger Theo Walcott sat on the substitutes’ bench for the while duration of the Premier League clash between his Southampton side and hosts Leicester City on Saturday evening. Theo Walcott was an unused substitute during the game which ended in a 2-1 win for the Saints.

Southampton came from behind to beat AS Monaco 3-1 at St Mary's, with goals from Adam Armstrong, Stuart Armstrong and James Ward-Prowse proving to be the difference for Saints. Goals from Adam Armstrong, Stuart Armstrong and James Ward-Prowse helped Saints come from behind to beat their opponents from France, who finished third in Ligue 1 last term. Monaco had taken the lead in the first half through Aleksandr Golovin, but Southampton put in a fine second half performance to end their wait for a win in pre-season in their first of two fixtures at St Mary's this week.