Tuesday, February 21, 2017

La Liga giants vying for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

According to reports from the Italian media outlet Tutto Sport, La Liga clubs Valencia and Sevilla are looking at the possibility of snatching Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain once the transfer window re-opens in January.

The Arsenal winger has found his chances at the Emirates severely limited this season and the player himself has admitted he may need to leave Gunners in order to save his career.

The 23-year-old England international has made 6 Premier League appearances this season, only three of which were starts.

Oxlade-Chamberlain scored one goal in the process, while his second in total this season came in Wednesday night’s 6-0 thrashing of Bulgarian side Ludogorets in the Champions League.

Arsene Wenger has accepted his player’s exit discussions, but is believed to be keen to make him stay with the club.

However, new managers of both Valencia and Sevilla, Cesare Prandelli and Jorge Sampaoli, are harbouring serious ambition as to take their respective sides back to Europe’s very top and both of them have identified Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain as a signing which would potentially add much needed quality and brand value to their squads.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Milos Markovic


Formerly a Chief Editor at the largest sports site in Serbia Sportske.net, Milos Markovic is an avid football writer who contributes to a variety of online football magazines - most prominently Soccernews.com and Futbolgrad.com. His feature articles, editorials, interviews and match analyses have provided informed opinion and views, helping the football aficionados keep up to date on relevant events in world football.

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