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Klopp releases him, Liverpool listens to offers and 5 teams want him





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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain He arrived at Liverpool in the summer of 2017 after paying 20 million euros to Arsenal. His signing, a priority for Klopp, had a great impact on Liverpool’s scheme and he immediately became an important man in the German coach’s scheme. In his first season he played 32 games in the Premier League, scoring 3 goals. In the second he only managed to play 2, due to a long injury that kept him away from the pitch for almost the entire season.

The 2019-2020 season also reached thirty games in the Premier League, so he extended his contract until 2023, but, as of 2020/2021 his participation began to decline as a result of important signings in midfield such as Keita or Thiago, failing to pass the 20 games at any time. Such is his situation that, despite being an important member of the squad, with only one year remaining at Anfield, the board has decided that he will listen to offers for the player this summer and there are up to 5 teams interested in the player, as published ESPN.

West Ham, Newcastle, Bournemouth, Crystal Palace y Southampton. All of them English teams, and all of them with very different goals for next year. The 28-year-old midfielder considers that he still has many years of football in his legs and his priority, in case he ends up leaving, is to join a team that plays European competitions, and of all of them, the only one that meets this requirement is West Ham.

The team of David Moyes will have to reinforce its midfield this summer, since it is estimated that several players will come out like Declan Rice that they also leave a lot of money that they can invest in big players, like Oxlade-Chamberlain. For its part, Newcastle is also looking to renew its midfield and accompany Bruno Guimaraes with quality players.

Bournemouth may have it the hardest, as the team is in the second division, and Crystal Palace and Southampton will have to show him a good sporting project if they want to convince the Englishman. Its current market value, according to transfermarkt, is around 20 million euros.

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