Liverpool won’t entertain the sale of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain this transfer window, according to reports.
The Reds are expected to sell a few of their players after announcing arrivals of Bayern Munich midfielder Thiago Alcantara and Wolverhampton Wanderers attacker Diogo Jota.
Wolves have shown an interest in Alex and have already signed one player from the Anfield outfit this month – defender Ki-Jana Hoever.
But the Mirror state that Liverpool will make it clear to any side that makes a bid for Oxlade-Chamberlain that he is not for sale.
He has experienced injury issues at the club but has been an important player for head coach Jurgen Klopp when fit.
The 27-year-old star still has three years left on his current contract and is very happy at Anfield.
Oxlade-Chamberlain finished the season as the club’s top goalscoring midfielder and is recovering from a knee injury he picked up in pre-season.
Elsewhere, Liverpool allegedly considered moving for Lille striker Jonathan David before switching focus to the Portugal international Diogo Jota.
The Reds confirmed the signing of Diogo from Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday in a deal worth a reported £45 million.
According to a recent report from The Athletic, however, the Reds nearly went for Canada international David instead.
The report claims that the Premier League champions had been monitoring the 20-year-old ace during his time at Jupiler Pro League outfit Gent and were impressed by his goals return.
However, David joined Lille in a £27.5 million deal earlier this month, at which point the Reds had already set their sights on Jota.