Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain growing concerned at Arsenal

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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is fed up of being a bit-part player at Arsenal and is beginning to wonder where he stands in Arsene Wenger’s long-term plans. That’s the claim made by The Sun today - they say he’s worried a lack of playing time could affect his chances of being heavily involved at Euro 2016. He still has two and a half years on his contract in north London, so obviously there’s no need for fans to expect a departure - but, all the same, things could be better. Elsewhere, Mesut Ozil has admitted it’s going to be incredibly difficult for Arsenal to halt the Leicester City party this weekend, but he also knows it’s a job that has to be done. The two sides will meet in a game that could have huge ramifications in the title race - a match for big players, that’s for sure.


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