Since joining Middlesbrough on loan from Arsenal, Calum Chambers has gone from strength to strength, putting in a series of impressive performances at the Riverside Stadium. In turn, it is no surprise that a series of top flight clubs have begun to take notice.

According to the Mirror (h/t HITC), Chambers' parent club, Arsenal, already has a 'host' of clubs willing to play over £10m for the defender. Among those are Everton, West Ham United, and Newcastle United. 

Everton boss Ronald Koeman previously sold Chambers to Arsenal after taking the reigns at Southampton. However, now at Everton, Koeman is reportedly very interested in working with the Englishman again. 

Such a move would undoubtedly be welcome among the Goodison Park faithful. After all, the Blues have two centre-backs in their ranks that are over the age of 30. And their shortage of long-term options in the heart of defense was further exacerbated by the departure of the young John Stones to Manchester City. 

Chambers would also represent a welcome addition to West Ham's squad, seeing as Jose Fonte has turned in disappointing performances this term, while Winston Reid has continued to struggle with injuries. 

The former Arsenal man is unlikely to return to his parent club for a sustained period of time. Despite the Gunners domestic and European stumbles, Chambers would still be unlikely to get significant match time over the likes of Laurent Koscielny and Shkodran Mustafi.

Meanwhile, Arsenal has dropped well out of the top four Premier League places after defeats in four of their last five matches. Arsene Wenger's side will look to change their fortunes with a victory against Man City on Sunday.