Wolves planning a move for Alex Oxlade Chamberlain from Liverpool
- Wolves are considering making a move for Oxlade Chamberlain from Liverpool
- The arrival of Thiago means that the former Arsenal man may get limited game time
- Mental Health and Psychosocial considerations during the COVID-19 pandemic
Wolves planning a move for Alex Oxlade Chamberlain from Liverpool.
The Premier League side are considering making a move for the midfielder this summer.
The Reds’ recent signing of Thiago Alcantara from Bayern Munich is likely to see Oxlade-Chamberlain fall down the pecking order at the club and get limited chances.
Wolves are hoping to pounce on this opportunity by offering the England international much more game time if he were to switch to Molineux.
The versatile attacker made 30 appearances for Jurgen Klopp’s side last season as he helped them storm to their first-ever Premier League title.
However, he has never managed to cement a place in Liverpool’s starting side due to injury problems and tough competition for places.
Liverpool would want to receive as much of the £25million they splashed out on the 27-year-old from Arsenal back in 2017.
He has been out of action so far this season after picking up another injury during the club’s pre-season tour in Austria.
The two Premier League sides have already managed to get deals over the line this window, with Diogo Jota heading to Anfield and £9million signing Ki-Jana Hoever heading the other way to Wolves.