‘His time at Arsenal is gone now, I need fresh blood,’ says Arsenal owner

Arsenal are trying to’move on’ Kieran Tierney this summer, but a vital update may prevent a deal from happening, according to transfer insider Dean Jones.

Competition for positions is fierce under Mikel Arteta at the moment, which suggests that the Scot may be looking for greener pastures.

Arsenal transfer rumours – Kieran Tierney Tierney has fallen well down the pecking order at Arsenal, as evidenced by his 27 Premier League appearances last season.

Overall, the left-back, who earns £110,000 a week, has appeared 124 times for the club in all competitions, but has been linked with a move away this summer after being limited to a low number of minutes in 2022/23.

A move to Tyneside could be on the cards as The Telegraph reported that high-flying Newcastle United are keen to acquire him on a loan basis before the window slams shut.

Journalist Rudy Galetti told GIVEMESPORT recently that Celtic, who Tierney has already played 170 games for, have been presented with the opportunity to sign their former ace, while Sky Sports reporter Anthony Joseph suggested that it would be an ‘unbelievable moment’ if Tierney elects to return to Parkhead.

However, journalist Paul Brown recently told GIVEMESPORT that, thanks to the Scotland international’s versatility, he may be given a chance to prove his worth to Arteta and his entourage.

What has Dean Jones said about Kieran Tierney’s future at Arsenal?
When quizzed about Tierney’s future in north London, Jones insisted that his days are numbered, despite no suitors seriously showing an interest.

Although the transfer insider claimed that teams have previously been circling around his signature, it has usually cooled pretty quickly and hence why no club has snapped the defender up yet.

Speaking to GIVEMESPORT, he said: “His time at Arsenal is ticking down but no clubs have seriously come to the table for him at this point. But there’s no spot in the team for him right now at Arsenal, I think that would only really change in the event of an injury crisis, so Arsenal are looking to move him on. But whenever there has been a sniff of interest so far, it’s moved on quite quickly.”


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