Danny Welbeck has divided Arsenal fans during his four-year stay at the Emirates.
Some believe that the striker is a good option to call upon when needed, while others are fed up with his regular misfiring in front of goal.
Over the last few seasons, the former Manchester United man has also struggled with injuries, which is part of the reason why he has fallen down the pecking order at the North London outfit.
According to The Times, Everton manager Marco Silva is considering making a move for Welbeck before the transfer window shuts next month.
The Portuguese coach is believed to be keen on strengthening his attacking options and has identified the England international as a candidate.
Last season, Welbeck made 42 appearances in all competitions, including 28 in the Premier League.
In total, the 27-year-old, who was Arsenal’s only representative in the England squad at the World Cup in Russia, scored 10 goals and created two assists.
After reports emerged of Everton’s alleged interest, some Arsenal fans took to Twitter to urge the club to offload.
I finish at 4pm, more than willing to give him a lift?
— Bic Boy (@Tw0CanChew) July 18, 2018
I will drive him there myself
— ΛVGD (@AvaantGaarde) July 18, 2018
I will come from Nigeria and personally take him to the merseyside
— Samuel (@seynx) July 18, 2018
Yeah time to let him go. Sadly another player that has not shown his full potential at our place. Time to get some funds in for other players who can strengthen us. Come on the Arsenal x
— Bazza UFC (@bazzaufc) July 18, 2018
I will personally drive him down to Merseyside and stay until he signs his contract Ps: give me his number so I can arrange something
— Daniel Hutton (@DanielOffical1) July 18, 2018
— Jarno🤙🏼 (@jwlnk_) July 18, 2018
— moeketsi8108 (@MoeketsiMolefe9) July 18, 2018
Please Everton make it happen. We need funds to strengthen further. Liverpool is leaving everyone in the shade and the signings are top quality
— kayanja allan (@allkadz) July 18, 2018
I’am in the car,I’ll drive him ASAP,just tell me where and when
— Vincent Dempsey (@VincentDempsey) July 18, 2018