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John Barnes urges Liverpool midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to consider Leicester City transfer

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John Barnes believes Liverpool midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain would thrive at Premier League rivals Leicester City and says the King Power Stadium could be a 'really good place' for the England international.

Oxlade-Chamberlain has made 101 appearances for Liverpool since joining the club from Arsenal in the summer of 2017.



Liverpool legend Barnes insists he would not judge Oxlade-Chamberlain for leaving the club in the pursuit of more regular football and has named Leicester as a possible destination for the midfielder.



'A Premier League team is definitely somewhere Oxlade-Chamberlain can go,' Barnes told BonusCodeBets.



'If you're playing regularly for Liverpool as one of the first names on the team sheet and want to leave then the teams that you might go to are Barcelona and Real Madrid, if you're a squad player that's not the case - like with Adam Lallana going to Brighton.

'It's fine being at a club that is winning the league and Champions League, so if Oxlade-Chamberlain is leaving to play regular football I commend him for that, this is also why Lallana left.

Liverpool are currently seventh in the Premier League and will be desperate to boost their top-four hopes on Saturday when they host Southampton.


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