Arsenal fans are unsure how to feel about Theo Walcott’s potential departure, after rumours that the 28-year-old could be ending his 11-year stay at the Emirates.

In recent days, there have been rumours that Arsenal have told Walcott he can leave the club in January, with West Ham and Southampton linked initially, and Everton now also rumoured to be interested.

In general, Walcott hasn’t been the most popular figure at the Emirates recently. This was emphasised by the largely negative social media response to his return from injury.

However, now that it seems like the 28-year-old might actually leave the club, there has been more of a mixed reaction to the news.

Some believe that the winger still has his part to play in North London:

Others are still unconvinced by Walcott’s Arsenal contribution, and believe that the England international should’ve moved on a long time ago:

Then there were those who thought it was best for the two parties to move on but still had good feelings for him:

Overall, it’s undeniable that Walcott played for the club over a very difficult transition period, and nonetheless managed to score a lot of goals.

He didn’t choose to move on when he had the chance, and has shown more loyalty to Arsenal than most in the last decade, and if nothing else, that’s worthy of some recognition.