Arsenal in Trouble For Transfer Of English International.

Arsenal have been charged by the FA for what they described as a breach of football agents regulation in the transfer proceedings of Calum Chambers.

Alan Middleton, the agent who took charge of the move has also been charged for the same offence.

Arsenal completed the £16million signing of Chambers from Southampton in the summer of 2014 and to the governing body, there were some irregularities in their dealings.

For this reason the Football Association released a statement which read: "Arsenal have been charged for allegedly breaching The FA's Football Agents Regulations.

"The charge is in relation to the transfer of Calum Chambers from Southampton to Arsenal on 26 July 2014.

"Authorised agent Alan Middleton has also been charged for allegedly breaching The FA's Football Agents Regulations in relation to the same transfer.

"Mr Middleton has until 17 June 2015 to respond to the charge.

"Arsenal have until 26 June 2015 after they requested more time to respond to the charge."

Arsenal have a record of always adhering to transfer rules and this allegation by the FA is coming as a surprise to them which is the reason why they have responded to the accusation.

Arsenal's brief reports read: "We have acted in good faith throughout with regard to this transfer," the statement read.

"We are considering our position and will make appropriate representations to the FA."

When this issue was first raised sometimes around February, Wenger said that since they were not guilty, there was nothing to be afraid of.

He said: "I am very happy about his transfer. I made over 350 transfers since I am here. We have a lot of enquiries about them and we never had any problem."

We are waiting to see what this will result to. Hopefully, Arsenal is expected to scale through.

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