Calum Chambers only signed to us from Southampton last year and the defender has admitted he’s looking forward to returning on Boxing Day.

After not having the best of luck in terms of injury since joining us, it’ll be interesting for the 20-year-old to go back to where it all began.

“I’m really looking forward to it,” he said.

“It’s always nice to go back there and see everyone. I’ve got a lot of memories at the stadium and at the club so it’s always a game I look forward to when it comes around to it.”

Although it’s unlikely that Chambers will overtake Bellerin in the starting 11, it’s looking likely that Debuchy will leave the club sooner rather than later. This will allow Chambers to move up the pecking order a bit and give him more chance of playing time.

In addition, the England international has been trying out different positions (…) on the pitch. Although he didn’t have the best of luck when he stepped in at centre-back for us, he’s now apparently trying his hand at being a midfielder, presumably after Coquelin picked up a serious knee injury recently.

Hopefully Chambers continues to develop and doesn’t regret his move to us.

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