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ARSENAL - Wenger suggests Oxlade-Chamberlain tapped up

08.09.2017 15.36 by Chiara Biondini  read 2200
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Arsene Wenger has questioned whether Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was tapped up by Liverpool before his transfer to Anfield. Oxlade-Chamberlain completed a £35m move to Liverpool on Deadline Day, four days after Arsenal's 4-0 defeat to the Reds.

"You sit there before the games and even in players' minds they have no clarity. Are they in? Are they out? Are they half in? Are they half out? Are they tapped up in the afternoon of the game by people who want to get them out?" Wenger said.

"You are not naive enough to think that will not happen. Have they been tapped up? Of course. But on the day of a game? I don't think so, I hope not. But it's inevitable."

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