Calum Chambers has extended his contract with Arsenal for one year, until the summer of 2021. The 22-year-old right-wing defender only intervened in the Premier League for 73 minutes this season because of injuries, but the management and technical staff seem to have sufficient confidence in the qualities of Chambers.
Chambers comes from Southampton’s youth education and played 25 matches in the first team of the Saints. In the summer of 2014, he made the switch to Arsenal for approximately twenty million euros and was let to Middlesbrough last season. Since this season he has been back in the Emirates Stadium.
Chambers is employed by Arsenal on three goals and three assists in sixty games and won the Community Shield in 2014. His debut for the national team of England made Chambers’s debut in September 2014, in the training contest against Norway. Meanwhile, he is standing on three interlands.
Is Calum Chambers good enough for the level that Arsenal aspires to?