Chelsea look to sign Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

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Yet a new deal has not been signed and if Arsenal were to receive a big offer from Chelsea, they will have a hard decision to make.

Chelsea have launched a £25million move for Arsenal midfielder Alex Oxlade Chamberlain according to reports.

Chelsea have upped their offer for Arsenal's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to £35 million after making an initial bid of £25 million.

The England worldwide has just one-year remaining on his Gunners contract, but has yet to sign a new one, leading to suggestions he could be on the move, with Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City all interested.

The England global has been linked with both Liverpool and Chelsea this summer, the latter of whom are reportedly prepared to hand over £25m for his signature.

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The blues manager Antonio Conte, who earlier this week was reassured that at least three more new players would arrive at Stamford Bridge before the transfer window closes, is understood to be desperate to signthe Arsenal midfielder.

Currently Oxlade-Chamberlain seems to have little chance of playing in his favoured central midfield position at Arsenal, while his displays at wing-back have yet to truly convince.

The Daily Star say Premier League champions Chelsea are ready to step up their interest in Oxlade-Chamberlain and table a £35m offer.

Oxlade-Chamberlain has failed to agree a deal with the north London side to prompt talk of a move to one of Arsenal's title rivals.

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