PSG are considering a shock move for Arsenal forward Theo Walcott, reports the Daily Star. The England international has been in impressive form this season and is currently the Gunners' top scorer with 14 goals in 20 appearances.
The 23-year-old has less than six months remaining on his current contract with the north London club and is now free to enter pre-contractual talks with clubs outside England, regarding a possible move at the end of the season.
The former Southampton star had reportedly rejected a five-year deal at the Emirates with wages of £75,000-a-week. The report claims Walcott is looking for a salary package of £1,00,000 to extend his services with the Gunners. And the big spending French side should not have any problems in meeting the player's demands and bringing him to Parc des Princes.
Walcott has also been a transfer target for a host of Premier League clubs in recent times. Holders Manchester City, European champions Chelsea and Liverpool are all reportedly interested in the services of the Englishman. There has also been interest from Italy with Serie A champions Juventus being linked with a move for the forward.
Despite widespread speculation about Walcott's future at the Emirates, the player recently admitted that the contract situation could be sorted out soon and said he hopes he can continue at Arsenal.
"I'm sure that something will be sorted very soon. I've always said I wanted to stay and I enjoy playing for this team. Now we will just see what happens. I will continue to play my football and let the people who look after me and the club talk to each other and go from there," Walcott told The Sun.
Meanwhile, Walcott, along with his compatriot Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, return to their former club Southampton as Arsenal visit the St Mary's Stadium for the Premier League fixture this midweek.