CHAMPIONS LEAGUE winner Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has enjoyed a roller-coaster career.
From trophy-laden Arsenal and Liverpool spells to starring for England, the Ox has played on the biggest stages of all.
But after seeing out the final year of his Anfield contract, he now finds himself unemployed at just 29.
With £50million in career earnings in the bank, according to Capology, and stunning Little Mix star fiancee Perrie Edwards at his side, Oxlade-Chamberlain is plotting his next move.
Oxlade-Chamberlain began dating the pop superstar in 2017 and they had a son together last year.
He is able to spend more time with his family as his search for a new club continues.
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The 29-year-old is supposedly on the radar of Premier League sides Aston Villa and Brentford.
He has also been linked with Besiktas in Turkey and an unnamed Saudi Arabian side.
Oxlade-Chamberlain began his career at Southampton before being swiftly snapped up by Arsenal.
He spent six years at the Gunners, winning three FA Cups with the club.
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The 35-cap England star then sealed a £35million move to Liverpool.
He played 146 times for the Reds, winning the Premier League and Champions League.
His career in recent years has been plagued by injuries, playing just 13 matches last season.
But that hasn't put him off a stunning return to football.
He told the Mirror: "I still want success, I’ve had a taste of it here, they’ve been the best years ever.
"So, if by any chance, I can have another sniff of achieving anything like that again then I’d bite your hand off.
"I think I need to go and play somewhere as consistently as possible. They say you’re coming into your peak at 29, so I want to go and test myself, play consistently somewhere.
"I’m still hungry, I still feel I have a lot of games left in me and a lot of energy left in me. I don’t like to say a point to prove, but that’s always been my attitude."
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