Recent reports suggest that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is unsettled at Arsenal after rejecting a contract extension offer. Liverpool are the leading name in the race to sign the young midfielder and if rumours are to be believed, a bid worth £25m will be enough to secure his signature.

It is tough to predict what Chamberlain’s next destination will be as his contract expires next summer. Wenger may be looking to sell him in this transfer window itself as the decision to let him stay next season may not bode well because if that happens, Arsenal will have to let the 23-year-old leave for free.

Amidst the swarm of transfer speculation, a recent clip of Ox has been trending within arsenal supporters, which shows him requesting viewers to subscribe to Arsenal’s YouTube channel in a dramatically funny fashion. The English international is known for being a complete joker in the dressing room and his witty side can be often seen on the official videos.



 

One thing’s for sure – if a transfer deal happens, the Gunners will miss The Ox’s charismatic attitude and hope that they land up getting decent cash to reinvest in new players this transfer window as their quest to win more silverware next season continues.

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