The midfielder who is currently having a mixed season at the Emirates is reportedly considering his situation at the club ahead of next summer.
Arsenal midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is reportedly unhappy at the Emirates.
The midfielder who is highly rated in England have been limited to few chances this term and has found himself behind Joel Campbell in the Gunners pecking Order.
According to the Sun via Daily Express, Chamberlain believes that his lack of playing time at the Emirates could cost him a spot in Roy Hodgson squad that will be travelling to France later this summer.
Although there is little or nothing the player can do concerning his England chances especially now that the transfer window is over, his only option is to work hard and fight his way into the Gunner’s squad but the report also claims the player also concerned about where he fits in Wenger’s future plans.
The midfielder has been linked with a move to Chelsea with the Gunners reportedly rejecting a Chamberlain and Cech swap deal proposed by the Blues last summer.
The Blues will be monitoring the midfielder’s situation at Arsenal and could move for the England international should they begin to find a replacement for Eden Hazard.
Chamberlain scored his first goal for the Gunners in 16 months against Southampton last weekend.