Arsenal legend Ian Wright has stated that he will always love Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, following his move to Liverpool.
Oxlade-Chamberlain has come under fierce criticism from Arsenal fans, since his switch to Anfield went through.
But Wright has moved to defend the England international midfielder on social media website Twitter today.
Arsenal fans did not seem to agree with Wright's sentiment though, with most responding angrily to the message.
Stop it, Ian.— Haz (@EIneny) September 22, 2017
Why? He snaked us for some yellow toothed honey bear and a bunch of dweebs #ox— Argon Wenser (@Goon_err) September 22, 2017
U should be, his departure made your lovely club great again— MarkAFC (@mudharabhuru) September 22, 2017
Wrighty I'll always love you, you are an Arsenal legend. Ox on the other hand...— Gilly גיל (@milgorgan) September 22, 2017
How can you when he betrayed Wenger at the very last minute after saying he will stay?— Tugay (@I_Hate_Spurs) September 22, 2017
I used to love him... Until he told us that the reds are in great form after beating Arsenal 4-0.— •The Faithful Faith• (@faithfulfaith01) September 22, 2017
I don know why, what does he do dudes played every position other than ST & CB and with no consistent performance there is nothing to love.— iMarc.J (@iMarcJ_) September 22, 2017
You may, but you gotta laugh. Leaves to play central in the first team. Plays wide in the fizzy pop cup— Daniel Howroyd (@sirDanielofH) September 22, 2017
Oxlade-Chamberlain has not made the most auspicious of starts at Liverpool, with his performance against Leicester City in the Carabao Cup coming in for particular ridicule.
The 24-year-old was guilty of giving possession away continuously, as Liverpool crashed out of the cup at the King Power Stadium.
Liverpool lost 2-0 against Leicester, which has put them under further pressure to pick up a run of wins.
Liverpool have their chance to get revenge of the Foxes tomorrow, when they take on Craig Shakespeare’s side in Premier League action.
The Reds go into the contest out of sorts, having failed to win any of their last four contests across all competitions.