It would appear as if Alex Oxlade-Chamberlin’s time at the Emirates is coming to an end after the 22-year-old has failed to become a regular in manager Arsene Wenger’s starting XI.
The Oxe has struggled to live up to expectations since arriving in North London from Southampton back in 2011, and now appears to be headed for the exit door in search of regular playing time.
One club being heavily linked with a move for the England international is West Ham, with local rag the Brentwood Gazette claiming that the Hammers are prepared to pay £15 million for the Arsenal benchwarmer as they prepare to move to their new home at the Olympic Stadium.
Spanish football outlet, Fichajes.net, however claim that he could return to his former club Southampton, while both Liverpool and Everton are also showing an interest in the Gunners winger.
Of the clubs mentioned above Liverpool and their charismatic manager Jürgen Klopp would probably be of most interest to the Arsenal forward and while he may not be the big name player Reds supporters want to see at Anfield, given the fact Liverpool will almost certainly not be playing Champions League next season he may be the calibre of player the Merseyside club can hope to attract.