Ahead of the winter transfer window, one speculation is Theo Walcott's move to Manchester United. Arsenal legend Ian Wright, also spoke about the future of Walcott. According to him, the Gunners would suffer losses if left by Walcott.

Wright also regretted the decision of Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, who chose not to play Walcott when the football team lost to Banford at the Capital One Cup on Tuesday.

"A great loss if Theo (Walcott) away. I think, when Theo played against Bradford, no matter what people say about it, he would do anything in the game," Wright said in an interview with ESPN.

Manchester United reportedly is incentive to go after the signature 23-year-old player. Wright also supports Walcott to move to Old Trafford, with the record, the Red Devils willing to pay a reasonable price.

"But if Manchester United serious about Theo, I think he's worth eight million pounds. Then, he can go. To me, if he gets the chance to move to Manchester United as Robin Van Persie, why he had to endure," he concluded.

Walcott own contract will expire next summer. Although the proposal has been given a contract extension, until now, Walcott has not been willing to sign it. Manchester United has prepared a surefire steps to woo the Arsenal management, to release Walcott. Red Devils are reportedly ready to sell Nani in exchange for Walcott.

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