The saga that saw Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain turn down Chelsea to join Liverpool was one of the tales of the transfer window. The England international left the comfort of Arsenal with dreams of playing as a central midfielder, and had refused to sign a new contract with the Gunners. Arsene Wenger bought Oxlade-Chamberlain as a fresh-faced 

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A day before the transfer window closes, Arsenal have accepted Liverpool’s £35million bid for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. The midfielder will undergo a medical this evening at St George’s Park. After months of rumours over whether Liverpool and Oxlade-Chamberlain were linked, the truth has come into clarity. The 24-year-old will make the Merseyside move just a day 

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Liverpool are set launch a bid for Arsenal Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain from under the noses of Chelsea, understands Mirror Sport. Chelsea have been linked with the England international all summer, but are yet to make an actual bid – and although Antonio Conte, according to several reports, remains keen, he could be about to lose one 

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A bright, daring and clearly talented Oxlade-Chamberlain first entered the mainstream consciousness when his performances for League One Southampton gained national coverage. Deployed as an attacking midfielder, capable also of playing on the wing, his trickery and light-feet too much for League One defences. An inclusion in the Team of the Season soon came and 

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is considering a move for Arsenal’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain as he seeks to mould a squad capable of sustaining a title challenge. The Guardian’s Daniel Taylor had this to say: “Oxlade-Chamberlain is one of the players Liverpool have identified but there is also an awareness at Anfield that turning that interest into 

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Jack Pitt-Brooke wrote on The Independent yesterday that Arsenal would listen to offers for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in the summer, citing his lack of progress since his £12 million move from Southampton in 2011. Though the source comes as far less credible than John Cross and Amy Lawrence, the report does highlight the stunted improvement of 

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