However, it looks as though Liverpool could be beaten to the punch as the Daily Star claim that after seeing their initial £25m bid rejected by Arsenal, Chelsea have now tabled an improved £35m offer for The Ox.
Oxlade-Chamberlain could feature for Arsenal when the Gunners take on Leicester City in their Premier League opener on Friday night.
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The report suggests Chelsea's presence in the Champions League - along with a potential pay-rise at Stamford Bridge - could be two key factors as Oxlade-Chamberlain weighs up his future move.
Sportsmail understands Chelsea have stepped up their interest in the England global over the past week.
The £25million rated ($32.5million) rated former Southampton player has also been wanted by Liverpool this summer with Jurgen Klopp a huge admirer (Mirror).
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He added: "We are still open". "We were never close", he said, when asked about Arsenal moving for Mahrez. Leicester value him at around £50m ($69.4m ) and no clubs have managed to meet their valuation thus far.
Antonio Conte has been promised at least three more new faces and needs homegrown players for Chelsea's quota. "Last year he was much more stable". The 23-year-old is a favourite among fans and fellow team-mates and a departure from the Emirates would be devastating for the club.
'He is today very conscious of his qualities as well, which he was not always, and I personally believe he will be a very great player'.
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When I asked him if that's hard , given how long he has waited, Glennon said: "I think you can make it hard if you wanted to". His pocket presence was there from the start, and he got rid of the ball quickly and accurately, even while on the move.