Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is very confident that unhappy Alex Oxlade Chamberlain will be staying with the Gunners this summer.
The Ox has just one year left on his current Arsenal deal and he is yet to sign a new one, but the French manager is confident that he would not be leaving the Emirates despite the high interest in his services from their rivals.
Reports early in the summer claimed that the Gunners were willing to listen to offers for the former Southampton player who is still only 23, with the sources stating that the Gunners have placed a valuation of £25 million on his head.
Liverpool, Manchester City, and Chelsea are keen on taking him on, and the trio is still watching developments on his contract situation at the Emirates.
The Ox reportedly rejected a new contract offer from the Gunners two weeks back, as he wants assurances of playing more often in his preferred central midfield position.
Despite all this drama, speaking after the Gunners second preseason game in Australia, Wenger categorically stated that he was 100% percent sure Oxlade-Chamberlain would remain a Gunner beyond this season.