Much was expected of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain when the England international joined Liverpool from Arsenal in the summer transfer window.
According to The Guardian, Liverpool had to pay Premier League rivals Arsenal a transfer fee of £40 million in order to secure the services of the 24-year-old, who can operate as a central midfielder or as a winger.
The former Southampton star is reportedly earning £120,000 per week at Liverpool and is also claimed to have turned down the chance to join Premier League champions Chelsea in the summer transfer window.
Oxlade-Chamberlain is a very good and talented player, but the midfielder has failed to make an impact at Anfield so far.
The England international has yet to start a Premier League match for the Reds and has played just 73 league minutes for the Merseyside outfit.
Former Everton and Aston Villa striker Andy Gray has suggested that the value of Oxlade-Chamberlain has decreased now.
According to CIES Football Observatory, a Swiss football research group, the Englishman’s value is now £51.8m, as reported in The Daily Mail.
Gray does not agree with it and said on beIN Sports: “He is probably not even worth £27m now.”