Oxlade-Chamberlain made his debut for Southampton at the age of 16 in 2010 and was signed by Arsenal for £15 million a year later.
After six seasons at Arsenal, the midfielder joined Liverpool for £35 million and went on to win both the Champions League and the Premier League.
Injuries have harmed the 28-year-old in recent years, causing him to fall behind youngsters Harvey Elliott and Curtis Jones in Jurgen Klopp’s midfield pecking order.
And now, according to The Sun, a return to Arsenal is on the cards, with Mikel Arteta, his old midfield partner, a big fan of his former teammate.
Last season, Oxlade-Chamberlain only made 17 appearances and has had to embrace his new role as an impact replacement.
The 35-year-old England international’s £125,000-per-week Liverpool contract expires in 2023, but he is said to be seeking for a new challenge.
The midfielder then suffered a horrendous looking knee injury in the semi-final win over Roma, which kept him out of action for the final defeat to Real Madrid and for the majority of the following season, only making two late appearances.
He was again key the following season in 2019/20 as Liverpool won their first league title in 30 years, but has since seen his reputation fall away, with suggestions the club could sanction a move away.