‘No talks to extend’ – The star who won the Champions League is about to leave Liverpool

The 29-year-old has struggled for playing time recently, so it perhaps makes sense that he’s no longer part of Jurgen Klopp’s plans, with a move away surely for the best for both sides.

Oxlade-Chamberlain joined Liverpool from Arsenal in 2017/18, and initially made a promising start on Merseyside. Despite injury frustrations it has been a successful time for Oxlade-Chamberlain at Liverpool in terms of trophies, winning the Premier League and Champions League with the Reds.

Still, Fabrizio Romano now suggests it looks like Oxlade-Chamberlain’s future lies away from Liverpool.

Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano reports that Liverpool have no plans to offer the midfielder a new deal, which would leave him free to sign elsewhere next summer.

The England international has been at Anfield since moving from Arsenal in 2017, although he has been limited to just 137 appearances, partly due to a string of injuries, but also the competition in the Liverpool midfield.

The 29-year-old has made just three Premier League appearances this season, all coming from the bench, while he has not been involved in the Champions League at all.

The Reds are expected to revamp their midfield in the summer and Oxlade-Chamberlain is not going to be part of the plans.

The 2019-20 season saw Liverpool win their first and only Premier League title so far and that was his most prolific season in terms of appearances, playing 43 times in all competitions and scoring eight goals.

Oxlade-Chamberlain will still be 29 years old when his Liverpool contract expires, so he will hope to earn himself a contract in the Premier League or another top division.

His injury record will put off some clubs, but with 35 caps for England, his quality is not in question.

It will be interesting to see where the former England international ends up, but there would surely be a few suitors from mid-table Premier League clubs.

Oxlade-Chamberlain’s recent fitness record isn’t the best, but he’s still got plenty to offer when he can stay fit and play a run of games.

“All the big clubs are after him.”

Jude Bellingham is creating a ‘fever’ on the market. The English midfielder became the top target of many European giants, including Liverpool and Real Madrid. Bellingham’s expensive transfer fee is a barrier for any team planning to recruit the Borussia Dortmund star.

“I think all the big boys are after him. Liverpool will do everything to sign Bellingham. However, Liverpool will face many opponents in this deal. If Real Madrid submit an offer, The Kop has the potential to lose him,” former player Graeme Souness told No Tippy Tappy Football Podcast.

“Bellingham is a good player. I like Bellingham. But I think Liverpool need a star who can score goals like James Maddison. I also love Maddison.”

Bellingham in Dortmund shirt.

According to the foggy press, Dortmund only accepts to release people if they receive more than 100 million pounds at the negotiating table. That is a huge number that challenges the financial potential of Liverpool and Real Madrid.

Put on a comparative scale, Los Blancos has more charm and influence than The Kop in the eyes of the players. Bellingham could become the next version of Luka Modric or Toni Kroos at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Bellingham will have the opportunity to prove his talent when he and the Three Lions compete at the 2022 World Cup. A great stage for a 19-year-old young star.