Calum Chambers has left Arsenal for fellow Premier League club Aston Villa in a permanent transfer.
Arsenal confirmed the move in a statement on their website on Thursday night.
It would be recalled that Aisley Maitland-Niles joined Roma on loan while Sead Kolasinac signed for Marseille as a free agent in the January transfer window.
“Calum Chambers has joined Aston Villa in a permanent transfer for an undisclosed fee.
“Joining us from Southampton in July 2014 as a 19-year-old, Calum soon became a full England international, having previously starred for the Under-21s.
“The defender made 122 appearances in all competitions during his time with us, winning both the FA Community Shield on his debut in August 2014 and the Emirates FA Cup in 2015.
“Calum also enjoyed two loan spells during his time as a Gunner, at Middlesbrough in 2016/17 and at Fulham in 2018/19, where he won their Player of the Season award for his excellent performances in a defensive midfield…
Source: Complete Sports