Welbeck’s time may be up at Arsenal, but Emery could regret selling him

New Arsenal boss Unai Emery is looking to sell striker Danny Welbeck this summer, with Everton weighing up a £15million move according to The Sun.

What’s the story?

The Manchester United youth product headed to Arsenal in the summer of 2014 and has gone on to make 80 Premier League appearances under Arsene Wenger, scoring 15 goals.

The 27-year-old striker has with injuries throughout his career and it appears Emery is ready to offload the talented but inconsistent striker this summer to make space and raise funds for further transfers.

Everton looks like the most likely destination for the 40-capped England international who are said to be readying a £15million bid if they fail to bring Malcom to Goodison Park.

Time to part ways?

Welbeck has been a useful player for Arsenal over the past four years, often popping up with an important goal when they’re struggling for inspiration, and his England goal record of 16 goals in 40 games shows he has a real knack for goals when he gets a run in the team.

He’s behind Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette in the pecking order but beyond that Arsenal don’t have any real out-and-out strikers.

While it is probably time for the player to move on and Arsenal recoup some money, it could come back to bite them if they suffer a few injuries next season, and it is set to be Emery’s biggest risk in terms of transfers since he became the new Gunners boss.