The midfielder was left out of Saturday’s squad for the 1-1 draw against Tottenham and he hasn’t featured since the FA Cup win against Nottingham Forest on March 20th, despite being fit and available.
The ex-England international hasn’t played for his country for three years and he just 12 months left on his deal with the Reds, meaning this summer’s transfer window is the last opportunity in which the club could recoup significant cash for the midfielder.
Oxlade-Chamberlain is still enjoying his time at the club, despite his lack of opportunities. He is settled in the north-west with his partner Perrie Edwards and their young child.
But the Mail claims the midfielder fears his time is up at the club and that he will be sold this summer to raise funds for Klopp’s budget.
Naby Keita and Curtis Jones now provide the back-up to the starting XI’s midfield, leaving Oxlade-Chamberlain with limited chances.
Despite his injury woes, there’s likely to be significant interest in Oxlade-Chamberlain’s services should Liverpool put him up for sale this summer.
The Reds paid £35m for the then-Arsenal star in 2018 and Oxalde-Chamberlain impressed in his opening season at Anfield.
However, a devastating knee injury at the end of the season ruled the midfielder out for nearly a year, which has disrupted his progress.
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