Honours: FA Cup (2022), Carabao Cup (2022), Premier League (2020), FIFA Club World Cup (2019), UEFA Super Cup (2019)
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s attacking flexibility has made him a valuable member of Liverpool’s squad since his transfer from Arsenal in the summer of 2017.
An energetic, versatile player capable of performing in midfield and the forward line, Oxlade-Chamberlain enjoyed an excellent start to life at Anfield, but his impressive first season was cut short by a serious knee injury sustained during the Champions League semi-final against AS Roma.
The England international’s recovery took a shade more than a year and he returned to action with a cameo from the bench versus Huddersfield Town in April 2019. He was then a substitute as the Reds won the Champions League final in Madrid by beating Tottenham Hotspur.
At the start of the historic 2019-20 campaign, Oxlade-Chamberlain took command of the No.15 squad number following Daniel Sturridge's departure and later signed a new long-term contract with the club.
He would collect the Standard Chartered Player of the Month award for October 2019 and make 43 appearances, which included eight goals, in the season to help Liverpool lift the Premier League and FIFA Club World Cup for the first time.
A knee injury sustained during pre-season forced Oxlade-Chamberlain to miss the opening months of 2020-21, but he returned and made his 100th appearance for the club against Real Madrid in April 2021.
Oxlade-Chamberlain then played 29 times in 2021-22 to help the Reds win the Emirates FA Cup and Carabao Cup while also finishing second in the Premier League and reaching the Champions League final.