Loan move in pipeline for Arsenal's Oxlade-Chamberlain before Euro 2012
Arsenal youngster Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain could move out on loan in January to gain valuable experience before Euro 2012.
The hot prospect has not had many Premier League opportunities at the Emirates and would appreciate the chance to impress England manager Fabio Capello with more regular appearances.
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With Thierry Henry's recent arrival to cover for Gervinho's absence at the African Cup of Nations, it seems first-team time remains at a premium for Oxlade-Chamberlain.
He moved to Arsenal in the summer but has only played once in the league, as a substitute in the morale sapping 8-2 defeat at Manchester United in August.
The 18-year-old has played seven times for Arsenal, mostly in cup competitions, but has only played the full 90 minutes on one occasion.
Chance: If Oxlade-Chamberlain goes on loan he could make it to Euro 2012
In October Capello praised Oxlade-Chamberlain, indicating he might be able to make it into the squad for the European Championships.
'I have been impressed with him,' enthused Capello.
'He is a really interesting player. He is a good player, who has a lot quality and is playing at a really high level.
'He will be a really interesting player for the next friendly games before the Euros.'
There will be no shortage of suitors for the dynamic winger if Arsene Wenger decides to send his prodigy out on loan.