Everton’s former winger Theo Walcott believes that his old club will be able to stay in the Premier League this season, even if they face further sanctions for breaching financial rules. Despite not winning any of their last 13 league games, Walcott is optimistic about Everton’s chances of survival.

Speaking on the BBC’s Planet Premier League podcast, Walcott expressed concern that the ongoing uncertainty over potential points deductions was affecting the team’s performance. He believes the players could be distracted by the situation and stressed the importance of staying focused on the pitch.

Walcott believes that Everton staying in the Premier League is crucial for several reasons, including the construction of a new stadium on the horizon. He acknowledged that it would be a difficult relegation battle but remained optimistic about Everton’s chances of survival. With experienced players in the squad who have been in similar situations before, Walcott believes Everton will be ready to fight until the end.

To hear more insight from Walcott and other guests discussing Premier League football, listeners can tune into BBC Sounds.

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