Arsenal defender Calum Chambers is reportedly subject to interest from a number of Premier League clubs, including Leeds United.
The 25-year-old centre-back moved to North London back in 2014 from Southampton and he has since made a total of 101 first team appearances.
Despite those appearances, it now appears that the £13.05m valued footballer has fallen out of favour with Spanish boss Mikel Arteta, as he is yet to feature this term.
Arteta has a whole host of defenders available at the Emirates stadium currently with the likes of Sokratis, David Luiz, Gabriel Magalhaes, Shkodran Mustafi, Pablo Mari, William Saliba and Rob Holding all battling a spot in the starting eleven.
A whole host of Premier League clubs have shown interest in Chambers with West Ham United, Newcastle United and now, Leeds all linked via various media outlets.
Journalist Nicolo Schira has revealed on social media platform Twitter that all three English top flight sides are keen on making a move.
LeedsLive further add to the speculation around Chambers’ future, claiming that Arteta would be willing to sell the defender for a figure in the region of £15m.
With the summer arrivals of Gabriel and Saliba, Chambers’ chances of playing regularly this term are thin to say the least.
A move to another Premier League club would be a good one for the defender, with West Ham presumably the pick of the three aforementioned interested sides, given they are based in London.
That being said, the likes of Newcastle and Leeds could hand Chambers some regular football with the latter having lost Ben White this summer, seeing him return to Brighton and Hove Albion after his loan spell came to an end.
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