#1 Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain:
Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain is an academy graduate of Southampton. Before turning 18 years of age, the English International managed to make 43 first-team appearances for the Saints. Arsene Wenger was quick to raid Southampton once again, this time for the teenager.
Chamberlain was gradually slotted into the starting eleven under Arsene Wenger, where he spent seven years. He had several injuries during this period, but he did not show signs of slowing down at any time and managed to win three FA Cups.
The 26-year-old received a host of offers from various clubs in 2017 summer and opted to sign for Liverpool. He joined the Reds because of the promise made by Jurgen Klopp to play him in the midfield three. It was initially tough for Oxlade Chamberlain to break into the starting lineup, but he slowly started fitting into Jurgen Klopp’s system.
He was in and out of the starting eleven until Philippe Coutinho left to Barcelona in January 2018. Once the Brazilian left to Camp Nou, Chamberlain’s game time increased and performed up to scratch. He ruptured his knee against Roma in the Champions League Semifinal 2018. He sat out for a year and made his comeback against Huddersfield Town last April.