Thursday, 29 December 2016


Arsenal assailer Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is probing for ameliorated terms on his current contract, Goal understands.

The 23-year-old, whose deal expires in 18 months, has found conventional playing time hard to come this season, starting eight Premier League matches and consummating 90 minutes just once in the recent victory over West Ham.
Oxlade-Chamberlain is vigilant of Hector Bellerin’s recent contract instauration that optically discerned the Spaniard double his salary to a figure in upwards of £100,000-a-week and the English winger will now be probing for a homogeneous deal.
“I want Oxlade-Chamberlain to stay at the club”, said Arsene Wenger before the Gunners recent game against Everton.
“I bought him at a very young age, I think he's developing well. This season he's making steps, moving forward".
Similarly, "There is that in my mind that I do want to get more game time. There comes a time in your career where you have to re-evaluate things and think, 'Is that going to be here or elsewhere?’”, Chamberlain recently told Sky Sports.
"I'm not there at the moment, I'm fully focused on this season, playing my part in that. When you get to the end of the season, just like managers do where they re-evaluate their team, players re-evaluate their personal situation, and I'll do that at the end of the season.”

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