- Calum Chambers has significantly fallen down the pecking order at Arsenal
- Arteta is now keen to offload the defender in a bid to raise funds for new signings
- Fulham are among a number of clubs who could be interested in a move
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Calum Chambers is reportedly on Mikel Arteta's chopping board this summer.
Chambers played an important part in Unai Emery's team last season and was a regular in the early weeks of Arteta's tenure at the Emirates.
However, a cruciate knee ligament injury suffered in Arteta's first home match against Chelsea took a huge toll on his form.
The former England international now appears to have entered the final days of his stint with the Gunners and could be offloaded this summer.
Metro UK reports Arsenal's acquisition of William Saliba, Pablo Mari and the extension David Luiz's deal means Chambers' is surplus requirements for Arteta.
The north London club are therefore said to be ready to sanction the departure of the defender, with newly-promoted Fulham understood to be keen on a move.
The 25-year-old joined Arsenal in the summer of 2015 from Southampton under then manager Arsene Wenger.
He played alongside Arteta for two seasons before the current Gunners' boss retired from the game of football.
He spent the 2018/19 campaign on loan at Craven Cottage, largely featuring as a defensive midfielder.
Newly-promoted Fulham are understood to be keen on a move for the Englishman and could submit a bid this summer.
The Cottagers return to the top-flight therefore means they will be keen to make a number of signings who will help them stay up at the end of next season.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Vinicius Junior was linked with a sensational move to London clubs Chelsea and Arsenal in the past season but the English sides have reignited their interest in the winger.
Real Madrid spent £39 million to sign the Brazilian attacker from Flamengo in 2018 and placed a £630m release clause in his contract.
But that did not stop Paris Saint-Germain in making a move for the pacy winger last summer which did not materialize.
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