Former England midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain ended his Liverpool career last season. The 29-year-old midfielder, who has made over 200 Premier League appearances, is still a free agent with no new club in sight.
Many clubs are interested in the experienced former Arsenal midfielder, who can play on the left or right wing or in midfield. In addition to domestic clubs such as Aston Villa, Brentford, and Brighton. While the United States, Turkey, and Saudi Arabia are also keen on him, according to Sky Sports.
The Anfield player was plagued by repeated injuries and spent most of his time on the bench, except for his first season with the club.
Nevertheless, the veteran midfielder showed his skills in the games he was given the opportunity to play, and showed his ability in the injury prone periods and in the cup competitions.
His contract with Liverpool expired at the end of June, and Naby Keita, James Milner, and Roberto Firmino, who also left the team when their contracts expired, have all found new homes. Only Oxlade-Chamberlain remains.
He made his mark at Southampton, and like Theo Walcott, he was lured to Arsenal by former manager Arsene Wenger, who begged him for his talents. He was a winger, but his desire to be used in midfield led him to seek a place at Anfield in the summer of 2017.
Will the attacking midfielder, who also has respectable numbers for England with seven goals in 35 games, choose a domestic club or will he decide to play abroad…?