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16 Digit Serial Number For Battle Vs ChessTheo Walcott should stay at Arsenal, says former Gunner Mikel Arteta
Theo Walcott, right, celebrates with Arsenal team-mates Mesut Ozil, left, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
Arsenal midfielder Mikel Arteta believes Theo Walcott will be a “superstar” for the club for years to come and told the player to remain at the Emirates.
The England forward has been the subject of an ongoing transfer war with Liverpool and Manchester City and has been linked with moves to Chelsea and Inter Milan.
However, Arteta – who played for Arsenal between 2004 and 2012 – insists that the 28-year-old is best suited to play at the north London club.
“I hope he stays,” the former Spain midfielder told the BBC’s World Football show.
“I would love to see him stay because he would be a superstar for us. The key point, the most important is that he feels wanted and that he is loved by everyone in the club.
“He has got great energy, is a good lad, has a good character and he’s a great guy. It’s not only about giving him money. The main point is that he’s happy and that he’s a superstar for us.
“If he stays, I think he will be very good for us for the next five or six years.”
Arteta was keen to stress that Walcott is not in any way “transfer-shy” and insisted the player is in a good place at Arsenal.
“He’s a beautiful guy, a great player and he’s happy with the team and the club,” he added.
“That’s the main thing that we need. I think everybody needs to know that he is a part of the team and he is very happy.
“If it’s up to him to leave the team, the club should be strong enough to defend [him] 100% and he has to make the decision – it’s up to him.”
The Sky Sports website reported earlier on Wednesday that the Gunners had lodged a £4m bid for the controversial winger, but that amount was rejected out of hand by the 24-year-old.
Walcott’s current contract expires at the end of next season and he is