Chambers set to stay at Emirates after penning new deal

Chambers set to stay at Emirates after penning new deal

Defender Calum Chambers has signed a new long-term contract at Arsenal.

The length of the deal hasn't been revealed but it was previously reported to last four years.

Chambers, who's won three England caps, only agreed a two-year extension last season.

New boss Unai Emery says he'll be part of his plans for the new campaign

- Digital Desk

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