Premier League side, Hull City and Middlesbrough are among a clutch of clubs interested in Calum Chambers and Arsenal will let the English defender leave on a temporary basis, writes The Mirror.
Arsenal are pondering letting Chambers join another club so as to get first-team football and the aforementioned Premier League new boys are showing concrete interests. The Gunners manager, Arsene Wenger, said the addition of Shkodran Mustafi to the Gunners rearguard would not affect Chambers’ long-term future. Hence, a loan move in order to earn regular playing chance makes sense.
“Future? No. The fact that he go out somewhere and play? Yes”, Wenger said.
Fellow London side, West Ham have also made enquiries about the availability of Chambers – whom Arsenal want to go and play as a centre-back – while Stoke and Derby have also registered an interest. Also, Spanish La Liga sides, Valencia and Espanyol are keen on Chambers, while Roma too want to take the 21-year old on loan.
Nevertheless, The Mirror report Hull and Middlesbrough could possibly offer regular game time and Chambers is likely to decide his future in the next two days.