A host of clubs are in the running for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's signature according to bookmakers, including Tottenham and Everton.
Arsenal winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has endured a frustrating season - and bookmakers have been pricing up odds of a summer transfer, with Tottenham believed to be in contention.
Oxlade-Chamberlain, 22, joined Arsenal back in 2011 having starred with Southampton, and he has been a first-team regular with the Gunners ever since, all whilst establishing himself in the England international setup.
However, the wide man has endured a difficult season this term, scoring just two goals and picking up no assists in 33 games this season, before picking up an injury last month.
Now likely to miss out on England's Euro 2016 campaign, Oxlade-Chamberlain appears to have stalled at Arsenal, and many suggest that it's time for him to leave the Emirates Stadium and search pastures new ahead of next season.
Intriguingly, bookmakers have started pricing up odds for who Oxlade-Chamberlain could sign for this summer, and there are some fascinating names included.
Sky Bet made Manchester City the favourites for his signature at 4/1, though Liverpool aren't far behind at 8/1, with Chelse and Manchester United both in at 10/1.
Further back, Everton, Leicester and his former club Southampton are at 16/1, whilst West Ham and Tottenham Hotspur - Arsenal's North London rivals - are at 20/1, which is certainly an interesting proposition.
Players almost never make the cross from Arsenal to Tottenham or vice versa, and whilst Spurs could look for a winger this summer, and manager Mauricio Pochettino is great with young English players, Oxlade-Chamberlain arriving at White Hart Lane would be one of the shocks of the transfer window.
Ultimately, Sky Bet believe Oxlade-Chamberlain will stay at Arsenal, offering odds of 8/15 of him staying put - but it certainly brings up an interesting discussion about whether the winger needs to leave Arsenal, and who could sign him if he does.
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