Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is bidding farewell to Liverpool after six years and 146 appearances, but he senses he will be back at Anfield in the future. He told LFCTV, “I don’t know what happens next. It will be a busy summer chasing after him (his son) and then seeing what comes next. But yeah, I’m sure I will probably be back here at some point in the difficult away dressing room, against these fans – I’ve done it before. I’ll try to do my best and if I manage to score or anything, I won’t be celebrating, I promise you that, because I’ve got so much respect for everything that I’ve been through here. But I told Virgil I might actually be able to dribble past him for the first time ever!”
It was previously reported that the likes of Aston Villa, Newcastle and Brighton all expressed interest in his signature and the Reds faithful are hoping he can find consistent minutes at his next club. Oxlade-Chamberlain is grateful for the support he has received from Liverpool fans, saying “It’s a level of support that I haven’t seen before and I’m not sure I’ll see again. It has been an absolute honour to have been able to play for them and something I will definitely miss.” All the best for your next chapter, wherever that may be, Ox!