Liverpool sell-to-buy. The Reds have been successful in the transfer market using a method which keeps our netspend low. We could be set for a big money sale. According to a report in The Express, West Ham United could swoop for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
The Troubled Ox
The Ox enjoyed a terrific debut season on Merseyside, starring in a central role he wasn’t often afforded in North London.
However, his campaign was tragically cut short by a horror knee injury suffered against Roma.
The Ox was out for just short of a year and since then he’s suffered niggling injury issues here and there.
Last term he managed just two starts in the league, playing a total of 246 minutes in the Premier League.
West Ham want Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
This summer could see the ex-Arsenal man depart Anfield.
According to The Express, West Ham United could target Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain this summer.
David Moyes’ side are said to be considering a swoop for the midfielder if the East London club can’t land Matheus Pereira from West Brom.
The report states that one potential option for Moyes could be a loan move for The Ox.
What RTK has to say
Liverpool moving on the midfielder could be in everybody’s interest.
David Moyes signing Oxlade-Chamberlain would afford the 27-year-old some more regular first team football.
Whether the Hammers can afford his wages is another matter, Spotrac claim that The Ox is earning £120k-a-week at Anfield.
His salary could prove a sticking point.