Calum Chambers has signed a new contract at Arsenal with new boss Unai Emery promising he is part of his plans for next season.
Chambers started just ten Premier League games last season, though he did play 78 minutes of the Europa League semi-final against Atletico Madrid after an injury to Laurent Koscielny.
The former Southampton defender previously had a loan spell with Middlesbrough after falling out of favour at Arsenal.
Arsenal announced the deal and Emery said: “I’m delighted Calum has extended his stay with us. He played an important role last season and will be part of my plans this season.”
Calum Chambers will today sign a new 4yr contract with Arsenal to keep him there until 2022. Only signed 2yr extension in Oct 2017 that tied him down until 2021 but new head coach Unai Emery sees huge potential in 23yo + wants him to compete for starting berth at centre-back #AFC
— David Ornstein (@bbcsport_david) June 29, 2018