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Arsenal’s contract rebel Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is ready to make a move away from the Emirates

Arsene Wenger

Arsenal’s contract rebel Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is ready to make a move away from the Emirates in search of regular first team football not because of money, as per the reports from the Daily Mirror.

The 23-year-old Three-Lion only has a year left on his current Arsenal deal and wants to leave the club. While Arsene Wenger has quoted that he wants Chamberlain to stay; 100 per cent, I expect him to stay. No matter the speculation, he will stay,” the midfielder has reportedly turned down two offers from Arsenal (where they were ready to pay him £100,000-a-week) and this has led to have alerted a lot Premier League club, most notably Chelsea and Liverpool.

The Premier League duo have shown their potential interest in signing the 23-year-old and bidding war could well be expected. Although Arsenal are yet to receive an official offer for the player. The Gunners are reportedly targeting AS Monaco’s Thomas Lemar and Leicester City’s RiyadMahrez and should any one of them arrives, Chamberlain will see his role restricted to the bench.

Last season, he made 29 league appearances and for almost entirety of the second half of the season, he played as the right wing back, a role he does not prefer.

Our gaffer, Jurgen Klopp, is reportedly a big admirer for the Three-Lion and wants to add him on his roster, however, faces a tough battle with Chelsea. His desire may well cut short as a recent report from the Express Sport claim that Chelsea are planning to lodge an offer for the 23-year-old, who is rated at £25million by sport betting websites.

Luring this former Southampton man out of the Emirates won’t be a laborious task as only quite recently, Wenger hinted that he might use the three-at-back tactic from the next season. Highlighting SeadKolasinac’s role, Wenger explained how the former Schalke left-back will provide a new dimension in their attack.

“What he will give us is the fact that he’s a player who can give assists, who can go forward, who can contribute good crosses,” Wenger told the club website.

“It’s very important that we have that as well, because we have Kieran Gibbs, we have Nacho Monreal and we have him. But Nacho plays a lot now in central defence and in a three-man system I see him in there.

“So overall, I think [Kolasinac] can contribute a lot to help us to be more dangerous going forward.”

The only thing Liverpool need to do now is to outbid their fellow Premier League rival if they indeed tend to bring him in at Anfield.