Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain told to quit Liverpool in £10m deal after update - pundit
Alan Hutton has told Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to quit Liverpool for £10million or £15million this summer.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the ex-Tottenham and Aston Villa defender claimed Oxlade-Chamberlain is “too good” to be left on the bench.
According to the Irish Mirror (21 July), West Ham are weighing up a £10m bid for the 28-year old.
The midfielder has a year remaining on his contract at Anfield.
He joined the Reds from Arsenal in 2017 for a fee of around £34million.
When asked where he could see Oxlade-Chamberlain moving, Hutton told Football Insider: “He would definitely try to stay in the Premier League.
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“You want to play at the highest level there’s no getting away from that. He’s not that old so he’s still got a lot of football left in his legs so I think he’s still got a lot to offer especially in the Premier League.
“Some people like the thought of moving abroad, trying something different, a different culture. So that might suit him but he has to leave Liverpool. I think I’ve said that for the last couple of seasons, he’s too good to be sitting on the bench.
“I understand they’re a top team and it’s difficult to leave but you want to see out the back end of your career playing as much football as possible.
“I’m sure he’s the same so there will be people swarming around him if they can get him for the right fee. I think £10/£15million maybe and clubs would be after him.“