Calum Chambers has agreed on a two-year contract extension with Arsenal, according to the Sky Sports reports.
The 22-year-old defender has committed his future to the north Londoners, and he will remain at Emirates Stadium until 2021.
The England international defender who spent last season on loan with Middlesbrough where he has impressed Arsene Wenger, and it becomes the main reason why French manager rewarded him with a new two-year deal.
Chambers has made 60-appearances for Arsenal since his transfer from Southampton back in 2014.
The 22-year-old right-back who can play as a central midfielder has also been capped three times for England having his debut back in 2014 against Norway.
The versatile defender has helped the England U21’s to claim the title at Toulon Tournament in 2015/16 campaign.
Arsenal chief Arsene Wenger have already lost two defenders this summer Kieran Gibbs and Gabriel Paulista.
But the Frenchman has high hopes for 22-year-old right-back who has impressed at Riverside last season establishing himself as one of the key players for Middlesbrough.
Meanwhile, Arsenal attacking duo Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are yet to put pen on the paper and the Gunners are risking to lose them for free after the season ends.