Arsenal forward Theo Walcott appears to have fallen down the pecking order in manager Arsene Wenger’s team, and is according to the Bleacher Reports Dean Jones ready to leave the Emirates should he not be selected for Roy Hodgson’s England squad which will take part in this summer’s European Championships in France.

The Gunners star is said to be seriously anxious about his future with the North London club after seeing 19-year-old winger Alex Iwobi selected over him by Wenger in recent weeks, and given how the teenager has performed it might just signal the end of days for Walcott as an Arsenal player.

If Walcott does push for a move and Arsenal agrees to sell it might not be as easy as one might think with the now 27-year-old Walcott earning a massive £140,000 per-week in wages yet unable to nail down a starting spot in manager Wenger’s team.

The big question is how much Arsenal can realistically expect to get for a player who looks s to be past his best.

You can listen to what Jones had to say about the situation in the video below.