Theo Walcott

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Southampton have confirmed the 26 players heading to Austria for the club's pre-season training camp, with Romain Perraud, Theo Walcott and Nathan Redmond not travelling Young midfielder Diamond Edwards is among the 26-strong group, while teenage left-back Thierry Small and young defender Dynel Simeu have also travelled.

Southampton winger Theo Walcott has revealed his desire for Gareth Bale to return to the club this summer. The Real Madrid attacker would be a free agent when his current deal with the European champions ends next week. Bale is free to sign for any team on a free transfer once his Real Madrid contract ends in a matter of days.

Southampton forward Theo Walcott is reportedly contemplating a transfer to an MLS club in this summer's transfer window. The 33-year-old has struggled for game time under Ralph Hasenhuttl this season, featuring in only 12 games across all competitions this season, with his last outing back in February in the FA Cup.

Theo Walcott has sung the praises of Arsenal’s young stars. The former Arsenal winger went on to compare Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe to having the same impact as Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp.

Southampton forward Theo Walcott has missed out on the squad for the last three games in the Premier League and the same thing is expected when the Saints welcome FA Cup semifinalists Crystal Palace to the St. Mary's Stadium this weekend. Theo Walcott is on course to miss out on the squad once again when Southampton play hosts to the Eagles in a Premier League encounter scheduled to take place on Saturday.

Theo Walcott has lost his status as a first team regular this season under the managerial reign of Ralph Hassenhuttl. The Englishman was a regular in the Southampton XI when he returned to the club as a loanee from fellow Premier League team Everton at the start of last season. He spent the last season of his Everton contract on loan at Southampton where his professional career began several years ago.

Theo Walcott was an unused substitute for Southampton during the big loss to Chelsea at home in their latest Premier League encounter last weekend. Theexperienced forward started the game on the bench and ended it on the bench as he was not one of the three Southampton substitutes who came on during the game.

New Aarhus of Denmark signing Jack Wilshere has revealed his fastest teammate during his Arsenal playing career. Wilshere made this known while he was on British radio TalkSport as he mentioned Theo Walcott. According to him, Theo Walcott was his fastest Arsenal teammate and he didn't play with anyone faster throughout his career till date.

Theo Walcott spent the entire game on the substitutes’ bench as he watched his Southampton side suffer a big defeat at the hands of hosts Aston Villa in a Premier League encounter played at Villa Park last week Saturday. Theo Walcott and his Southampton teammates came into the game as one of the form teams in the Premier League only for them to record their biggest defeat of the season. They were thrashed 4-0 by a rejuvenated Aston Villa side managed by Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard.

Southampton have been boosted with the return of experienced winger Theo Walcott to training after Covid-19. Theo Walcott has not played for this Saints this year after testing positive to Covid-19 but he returned to training earlier this week to provide his team with a timely boost ahead of the visit of defending champions Manchester City in the league on Saturday. The Saints will potentially face their most difficult league fixture against Manchester City who have won their last twelve (12) games in the Premier League to open up an 11-point gap at the top of the table. Their 12th league win in a row came last weekend via a 1-0 home victory over European champions Chelsea with star player Kevin De Bruyne responsible for the only goal of the game.

Theo Walcott was on the Southampton bench for the entire duration of the Premier League clash with North London club Tottenham Hotspur at the St. Mary's Stadium on Tuesday. Theo Walcott was named on the substitutes’ bench at the start of the game and he was not subbed on throughout the game as his team battled to a 1-1 draw with their visitors.

Southampton boss Ralph Hassenhuttl had given Theo Walcott a rare start when they took on hosts West Ham United at the Olympic Stadium on Boxing Day. He was given a start upfront alongside Chelsea loanee Armando Broja who's on loan with the Saints for this season having joined them from the Blues in the summer. Walcott was given 89 minutes before he was replaced by Scotland international Stuart Armstrong as Southampton recorded an impressive 3-2 away win over the Hammers.