Arsene Wenger is ready to give Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Bacary Sagna and Keiran Gibbs new deals in a bid to avoid the exodus that is taking place at the club after long running contract disputes with its' stars.
This has seen the Gunners part company with Mathieu Flamini, Alex Hleb, Gael Clichy, Samir Nasri and of course Robin Van Persie.
The Arsenal manager is now facing an all too familiar situation with England winger Theo Walcott who is rumoured to have reject a new deal towards the end of the transfer window. Although we do understand that Walcott loves the club and wants to contintue to negotiate, but the same was said for Van Persie and everyone knows what happened there.
Both full backs still have two years left on there contract but a frustrated Wenger wants to reward them with new contracts.
The new deal for the Ox, on the other hand, is set to recognise his climb from a hot prospect in League One to a Premier League wonderkid and national squad member.
Oxlade- Chamberlain has made 18 starts for title challengers Arsenal, scoring two goals in the process, earning himself 5 caps for England, making his debut in Norway.