While at Manchester United, Danny Welbeck could not make a huge impact with the Old Trafford club, and his performance with Arsenal hasn’t been a below-par.
Reports as per BBC Sport, the striker who has netted 29 goals in 142 appearances across all competition for United before joining the Gunners in the summer of 2014 for £16 million.
Welbeck has had injury issues during his time with the Emirates club so far and is not even a guaranteed starter before Arsene Wenger left and his future looks very uncertain with new head-coach Unai Emery.
There is no surprising the club wants to sell Welbeck this summer, with Everton believed to be one of the team interested in his services.
As reported by The Sun, the tabloid claimed the Gunners are ready to offload the strike this window and are said to be lining up fee around £15m for the 27-year-old international forward, who earns £125,000 per week as salary, according to Spotrac.com.
But this will only be done if Everton’s £36m move for Bordeaux winger Malcom fails this summer. Although, while leaving Arsenal would ease selection headache for Emery, it should be noted that Welbeck do not need the player as Everton have in their ranks, better attacking players.