Liverpool forward Alex Oxlade Chamberlain was on song for the Reds when they stunned Liverpool in the first leg of their Champions League quarter final clash and Jurgen Klopp has earned a lot of plaudits for helping the star improve upon his game.
The English star joined Arsenal from Southampton in the summer 2011 but during his six year spell with the Gunners, he was dubbed an average player as he failed to fulfill his potential. Chamberlain stalled against signing a new deal with Arsenal and was sold to Liverpool last summer, with the Gunners fans divided over his sale.
In 198 appearances for Arsenal, the 24-year-old scored only 20 goals over the course of his spell and that is said to be a poor return for an attacker. Meanwhile, he has already scored five goals for Liverpool this season and it is believed that his goal scoring ability is better under Klopp.
According to report, Arsene Wenger believed Chamberlain cannot score from 25-yards, but Klopp thinks differently. Even though Chamberlain was able to tame the threats of Leroy Sane, he found the back of the net against Man City on Wednesday night and he’s been lauded for consistently improving upon his trade.
Players were improved under Arsene Wenger but we hardly see the best of footballers under the French tactician these days. It is time to quit Wenger.