Arsenal have certainly signed a talented defender with the arrival of Southampton right-back Calum Chambers to the Emirates in a £12million deal but are his singing skills up to scratch?
The highly-regarded defender faced his new team mates with a rendition of the indie classic ‘Naïve’ from the Kooks which came out when Chambers was just 11-years-old in 2006.
Chambers only made 23 first team appearances for Southampton but Arsene Wenger has seen enough to recognise his potential.
The England U-19 international is a product of Southampton’s highly successful academy and becomes the third player after Theo Walcott in 2006 and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in 2011 to swap the south coast for north London.
Sportsmail understands that manager Arsene Wenger plans to convert Chambers in to a centre back in the long term.
He has signed for an initial £12m – the same price Arsenal paid for Oxlade-Chamberlain – but his fee could eventually rise to £16m in add-ons.