Theo Walcott has only managed nine goals in 72 appearances for Everton since joining the Merseyside giants from Arsenal in January 2018.
Meanwhile, the 30-year-old has registered just two assists and zero goals in 18 outings for the Toffees during the 2019/20 campaign.
Walcott was named in the starting XI against Liverpool on Sunday but left the field in the 79th minute having failed to make a serious contribution in the FA Cup clash.
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Indeed, according to WhoScored, the attacker only completed 50% of his passes, while he did not have a single shot or complete a single dribble as Carlo Ancelotti’s side exited the competition courtesy of a 1-0 defeat.
And a number of Everton fans have slammed his performance.
Walcott was atrocious today… I am done with him
— Ai EFC (@chelseverton) January 5, 2020
Take Walcott off and put on a traffic cone in his place #efc
— David Bailey ™️ (@DavidBailey132) January 5, 2020
Why is Walcott still on the pitch
— Adam Mc (@adam_efc90) January 5, 2020
Walcott was awful. Didn’t like him before we signed him. I’ll defend any Everton player, but I can’t defend that!
— Proud Evertonian (@ProudEvertonian) January 5, 2020
Did he play for Everton? Simple question but a lot tougher than you think…
Meanwhile, others have called for their club to sell the Englishman during the January transfer window as they do not want to see him wear the shirt again.
You’d think after that Twitter this evening would be full of blues falling out. Not at all. All united in never wanting to see Sigurdsson, Schneiderlin and Walcott ever play for us ever again. Lovely to see. #EFC
— Adrian Egley (@adyady14) January 5, 2020
I beg Moshiri gives him £500m to spend this month. Get rid of Sigurdsson, Schneiderlin, Walcott and all the others
— Adam (@adxmEFC) January 5, 2020
Players that 100% are useless and need shifting and have done for some time.
These 4 are the 4 you just cant work with at all, simply not good enough…. loan them out if needs be.
— Blackwatch78 (@blackwatch78efc) January 5, 2020
— Ben Williams (@BenWill1973) January 5, 2020
I don’t want to see Walcott in an Everton shirt ever again #EFC
— Dave R (@dave_rich8) January 5, 2020
Walcott will see his current deal at Goodison Park expire at the end of next season, and it remains to be seen whether he is wanted as part of Ancelotti’s plans moving forward.
Meanwhile, Everton are reportedly not in the market for this France international despite rumours linking him with a potential switch to Merseyside.