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17 January 2018, 02:59 | Rose Hansen
Manchester United outcast Henrikh Mkhitaryan has agreed to join Arsenal
The Gunners winger, according to Sky Sports, is due to undergo a medical at Finch Farm on Tuesday afternoon, after he was seen entering the Everton training facility.
Last week, Everton boss Sam Allardyce confirmed the Toffees had entered into negotiations with Arsenal over the sale of Walcott, who has been with the Gunners since joining from Southampton in 2006.
Should Walcott come through his medical without any problems, he will become Everton's second signing of the month following the arrival of Turkey global Cenk Tosun from Besiktas.
The Gunners ace will want to be part of Gareth Southgate's England squad in Russian Federation for the worldwide tournament, and would certainly earn a decent amount of starts under Allardyce at Goodison Park.
However, his time at the Emirates has been constantly marred by injuries as well as inconsistencies in his performance, which meant he was never able to get anywhere near the potential that was projected for him. #EFC football/financial offer beat rivals.
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Walcott has not been regular football at Arsenal this season and has been keen to leave in order to boost his chances of making the England World Cup squad in the summer.
Walcott is keen to get first-team football to reinvigorate his global career and finally appear for England at a World Cup finals. He has not made a Premier League start since April.
Walcott is expected to join Everton in a deal worth around £20million despite interest from former club Southampton.
Having already parted with £27 million in order to bring Turkey worldwide Cenk Tosun to Goodison Park earlier this month, Toffees boss Sam Allardyce will be delighted to add the England global to his ranks after speaking of his desire to bolster his attacking options earlier this month.
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