Liverpool are ready to lock horns with Chelsea, over the signature of Arsenal winger, Theo Walcott.
Walcott has just a year remaining on his current Arsenal contract, and could follow his captain, Robin Van Persie out of Emirates Stadium, if his wages are not increased to GBP 100,000 a week.
Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger wants to keep hold of the English winger, but the club’s board insists on cashing in him now, rather than losing him for free next summer.
New Reds boss, Brendan Rodgers is looking to generate money from Andy Carroll’s sale in order to fund a transfer for his England team mate. As a lightening quick winger, with an eye for goal, Walcott would fit easily in Rodgers’ preferred style of play. Carroll on the other hand, is suited to a more physical approach, which will work against him in this system. There were questions a...