It appears that some fringe players could be allowed to leave when the transfer window reopens in January, and one of those could be Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
That’s according to The Mirror, who suggest that the Englishman will be allowed to leave the Merseyside club if the price is right.
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The midfielder has fallen out of favour in recent seasons and now appears to be behind the likes of Curtis Jones and Naby Keita in the midfield pecking order, while the form of Klopp’s front three have seen his opportunities further forward also limited.
The report says that the 28-year-old could return to former club Arsenal, who sold the player to Liverpool four years ago.
Despite Oxlade-Chamberlain’s lack of first team chances of late, the Reds are keen to recoup as much as possible of the £35 million that they paid for him.
The midfielder has played just over an hour of Premier League football so far this season, and started just twice in the league last term.