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“WE ARE STILL THE WORST CLUB AT SELLING PLAYERS” Edu’s Failure In Selling Players Appears To Be Getting Worst As Arsenal Complete Sale Of £45M Player For Just

“WE ARE STILL THE WORST CLUB AT SELLING PLAYERS” Edu’s Failure In Selling Players Appears To Be Getting Worst As Arsenal Complete Sale Of £45M Player For Just

According to reports, Arsenal is prepared to lose a lot of money on Kieran Tierney as they get ready to sell the former Celtic hero for just £10 million permanently in the summer.

According to a report, Arsenal is prepared to lose a lot of money on Kieran Tierney as they get ready to let the former Celtic hero go permanently in the summer for just £10 million.

Following his advancement through Celtic’s youth program, Tierney made 170 appearances for the team he grew up playing for, tallying eight goals and supplying 37 assists.

But following three years at the Emirates Stadium, the 27-year-old lost favor with Mikel Arteta and was sent on loan to Real Sociedad in La Liga at the beginning of the previous campaign.

Tierney played in 20 games for the La Liga team in all competitions, but he has already declared that he will play elsewhere in the upcoming season.

The Scottish international was Sociedad’s option to purchase, but Sociedad chose not to use it.

Arsenal lowers their demand for Kieran Tierney

It appears that the Gunners are prepared to part ways with the left-back this summer, even though he has returned to North London and has two years left on his current contract.

According to The Sunday Post, Tierney’s former club Celtic has been linked to a move, and any interested party will be able to sign him for £10 million during the upcoming transfer window.

But even with the defender’s ostensibly low asking price, Celtic may still have difficulty closing a deal unless the player is prepared to accept a sizable pay cut.

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The report also states that the 27-year-old left-back had previously piqued the interest of Newcastle United and Aston Villa, who may still consider him to be a valuable addition to their rosters for the upcoming campaign.

After a £25 million transfer from Celtic Park in 2019, Tierney rapidly won over Gunners supporters and was a mainstay in the starting lineup for his first four years at the club.

But persistent injuries hindered his progress, and Oleksandr Zinchenko and Jurrien Timber’s arrival further complicated his quest to return to the starting lineup.

Tierney is unsure of his Arsenal future.

Tierney appeared to acknowledge in a recent interview with talkSPORT that his time at Arsenal is probably drawing to an end. When asked if he would be back in the Gunners lineup, he responded, “In football, you never know.” That probably won’t happen very often after you return from a loan.

Naturally, there are situations like Saliba’s, who has recently returned and, as far as I can tell, hasn’t left the team.You never know, though, so it might be a little different for someone who has played for four years and returns.

“Well, football is a crazy sport, so we’ll see.”

Returning to Celtic could be the ideal solution for Tierney, considering his injury struggles, as it would enable him to rotate with Greg Taylor, the Hoops’ current first-choice left-back.

Since the summer of 2019, the Scotland international has made 124 appearances for Arsenal in all competitions, tallying five goals and 14 assists.

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