The Gunners added to their crew with the marking of Sambi Lokonga in the late spring, yet Arteta is as yet available for another focal midfielder.
Oxlade-Chamberlain has been connected with an electrifying re-visitation of the Emirates come January transfer window.
The 28-year-old player left the north London club on transfer deadline day in the 2017 summer move window, fixing a £35million move to Liverpool where he has won a PL title just as a Champions League victor’s decoration.
Nonetheless, various injury difficulties have prevented Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain from being an ordinary in Klopp’s most grounded line-up and he’s fallen further down the hierarchy following Jones’ development.
Thus, there’s discussion of the flexible midfielder making a beeline for the Gunners in the new year in the hunt of more game time.
As indicated by The Sun, Mikel Arteta is thinking about re-marking his previous partner in the following exchange window for two reasons.
One is to assist with fostering the young stars at the Emirates including any semblance of Saka, Smith Rowe, Martinelli and Odegaard.
The other is to guarantee the Emirates outfit stay away from a potential midfield emergency, with Partey and Elneny both prone to leave in January for the Africa Cup of Nations and Xhaka probably not going to be surged back after his drawn out period uninvolved with a knee injury.
Furthermore, the report expresses that the Gunners are hoping to sign Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain on an underlying half year advance arrangement with the chance of making his visit long-lasting toward the finish of the period.
The response to this talk among the fanbase has been blended up until now, yet there are a few geniuses to consider.
In addition to the fact that Oxlade-Chamberlain would give cover in focal midfield while Thomas Partey and Mohammed Elneny are away on worldwide obligation, however he could likewise assist with tackling a fundamental issue for the north Londoners – goals from the center of the recreation center.
Last season Mohammed Elneny, ThomasPartey, Dani Ceballos and Granit Xhaka oversaw four goals between them across all rivalries, while the more inventive players, for example, Willian, Smith Rowe and Odegaard oversaw seven altogether.
To the last pair’s credit, they have overseen three objectives between them so far this season, so perhaps the Gunners boss central goal which started very nearly a year prior is getting across.
“It’s actual clear. In the event that you say ‘would they be able to do it?’ it’s a question mark. Have they done it previously? The appropriate response is no,” said Mikel Arteta back in 2020. “We haven’t had any goal from midfield, it’s not something that happened [just] this year, it occurred in different years and is something that must be tended to.
“To change the characteristics and attributes of players is incredibly, troublesome.
“A major group needs players in midfield who score goals. They need focal protectors that score objectives from set-parts of add to that.
“On the off chance that you begin to lose those edges, you begin to lose focuses, you begin to be away from the top group, this isn’t any science.”
While Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has never been a productive goalscorer from midfield all through his vocation, he made an appearance with a decent eight during Liverpool’s title-winning season and worked as a No. 9 in a pre-season installation prior in the mid year.
That was a job he seemed to appreciate, however it’s his drive to score objectives when playing in his favored midfield job that might bear some significance with Arteta and Arsenal specialized chief Edu.
“I feel like we make a great deal in and around that space, in any event, when I play in midfield in that position, somewhat progressed, I feel like I can score objectives,” he told LFCTV. “That is something that I certainly need to bring to the group on the off chance that I play there.”
As recently detailed by shakezsports.com, the Gunners will focus on a midfielder in the January window and it could possibly be one that fits the profile of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain if the goalscoring issue endures.
In spite of the fact that, having burned through £142million in the late spring, assets could be restricted in the new year – except if the north Londoners can make a major deal.
Along these lines a credit bargain for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who might likewise consider a local player, may very well end up being the best situation for all gatherings included.