Oxlade-Chamberlain will leave Liverpool for sure by the end of his contract

Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain, a midfielder for Liverpool, is “certain” to leave the club either during the January transfer window or at the conclusion of the current campaign when his contract expires

The 29-year-old, who has only appeared in 10 games for the Reds this season, is reportedly planning to leave the club after seven years. According to Sami Mokbel of the Daily Mail, the midfielder is debating whether to depart during the January transfer window or as a free agent in the summer.

Oxlade-Chamberlain is attracting increasing interest from the Premier League, but he is undecided as to whether he should transfer now or wait until the summer in order to assist Liverpool conclude the current campaign. The midfielder has been a key component of Liverpool’s recent achievements in the Champions League and has helped the team win the Premier League since moving to Anfield for £35 million in the 2017–18 season.

Even though he is not always the first name on the team sheet or plays as regularly as he would have wanted, he has been a great employee, and his incredible goal against Manchester City at Anfield in the Champions League will always be remembered by Reds supporters.

However, it makes sense that Liverpool would like to add some new players to their group, and Oxlade Chamberlain is confident that, at the age of 29, he still has something to give any team.

The news that Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain will be leaving Liverpool is not shocking to me. Ox won over Liverpool supporters with some standout performances, and he will depart the Reds as a Premier League and Champions League champion, despite the fact that Klopp paid Arsenal £35m to recruit him.

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