Calum Chambers’ move to Arsenal from Southampton is under investigation from the FA after a suspected complaint from a third party.
According to the Daily Mail, the FA are refusing to say why the £15 million transfer is under investigation.
Chambers moved to the Gunners last summer, however no issues arose when the deal was going through, adding further suspicion to the inquest.
The deal was completed by Southampton’s Les Reed and Dick Law of Arsenal - both of whom are aware that the investigation is underway.
Chambers is contracted to Cassius Sports Management and The Mail reported their head of talent identification and player recruitment is Steve Moss, the Arsenal star’s stepfather.
However, there are no issues with a family relations being clients of the company.
The 20-year-old was a product of the Saints’ academy and made 22 appearances for the club before joining Arsenal. Since joining the London outfit, he has made 29 appearances scoring one goal.
Not only did Chambers catch the eye of Arsene Wenger, Roy Hodgson was also impressed and gave the defender his first senior England cap against San Marino last October.
Chambers has played more game-time than most people expected with the injury to Mathieu Debuchy. He has also slotted in at centre-back when the Gunners have been short at the back, proving the youngsters versatility.