Arsenal fans release Walcott rap record

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Arsenal fans have released a rap music record urging winger Theo Walcott to sign a new Gunners contract.

The England international is out of contract at the end of the season, and has been linked with a move to a number of Premier League clubs, including Manchester City and Liverpool.

But Arsenal fans are desperate for him to put pen to paper on a new deal - so desperate that they've cobbled together a rap song dedicated to Walcott called "Sing Da Ting".

The grime rap full-length single has been released by a group called Roxy Arms, in which they implore Walcott to stop stalling and sign a new contract.

The song warns Walcott he'll be stuck on the bench next to Emmanuel Frimpong until he signs the new deal, and pours cold water on his ambitions to play striker.

But the rap record also tells Walcott he won't get more affection from fans away form the Emirates Stadium, and begs him to ignore the money offered by Manchester United - a dig at departed club captain Robin Van Persie - and play for the Arsenal club crest.

Gunners fans have been forced to sit by and watch the club's top stars depart in recents seasons. Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas started the trend, jetting back to boyhood club Barcelona, while Gael Clichy and Samir Nasri joined Manchester City last year.

And Robin Van Persie - last season's Premier League top scorer - questioned the north London club's ambition this summer, and was eventually sold to Manchester United. It seems some Arsenal fans don't want to see the same happen with Walcott.


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