Hull and Middlesbrough are interested in signing Arsenal defender Calum Chambers on loan, according to the Daily Mirror.
The 21-year-old may be allowed to leave the Emirates for the season to gain first-tema experience, with Roma also reportedly interested
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has admitted they will allow 21-year-old Chambers to go out on loan this season to gain regular first team experience.
Wenger insisted the signing of Shkodran Mustafi would not affect his long term future but confirmed a loan move is on the cards.
Wenger said: “Future? No. The fact that he could go out somewhere and play? Yes.”
West Ham have also enquired but Arsenal want Chambers to go and play as a centre back while there has also been interest from Stoke and Derby. There has been foreign interest as well with Espanyol, Valencia and Roma.
Hull and Boro could potentially offer regular games and Chambers is likely to decide in the next 48 hours after Arsenal receive offers.