Talented Defender Set To Complete Arsenal Transfer Due To 1st Team Action

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Arsenal’s Calum Chambers has stated his desire to play regular football next season.

The defender was restricted to starts in the FA cup and Capital one cup alone this season and he is very keen for more game time next season.

The 21 year old was part of the England U21 team that won the Toulon Tournament last week and he was excited to have played a key role for the young lions.

Speaking after the Final match against France U21 which England won 2-1, Chambers revealed he felt good playing an important role in his team”s triumph and also added he is keen to play more games next season.

“For me, I just want to play games, so, yeah, that’s it for me.

“But at the moment I am not thinking too much about next season, I just want to go and enjoy my summer. Then we’ll get back at it soon.”

“I don’t think anyone should really turn down the opportunity to play for your country at any age,” Chambers added. “It’s an honour.

“I look forward to coming away. It’s a proud moment, especially on this trip as well when I got to captain one of the games.

“It is an honour to come away and play, and meet up with the boys.

“Playing games is what is all about. Getting experience, getting game-time and that’s what is key at the moment for players our age and experiences.

“The more game-time we get, the more experience you’ll get and obviously the more it’ll benefit you.”

Wenger is reportedly prepared to send the defender out on loan next season with Southampton waiting on the wings to snap up the 21 year old.


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