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Arsenal star linked with permanent move away

There is a growing expectation at Arsenal that Tierney could leave but Arsenal will not push him out the door.

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Kieran Tierney is linked with a move away from Arsenal with Celtic and Borussia Dortmund said to be interested in the player.

Journalist Fabrizio Romano said on the House of Champions podcast that Arsenal could let the player leave come the end of the season, with his minutes having been limited so far this campaign.

Arsenal have reportedly had a growing interest in Real Valladolid star Ivan Fresneda and there is a possibility that with Tierney on his way out, Fresneda comes in as depth for Ben White at right back and Tomiyasu would be played as a left back.

Kieran Tierney has been a huge fan favourite and a lot of fans will not be keen on him leaving the club. In an Arsenal forum there was a fan who said, “He saw us through the darkest of times. And I think there’s no doubt that his mentality is the epitome of this new Arsenal side. It’s a shame he doesn’t fit the tactical model.

Tierney joined Arsenal from Celtic back in 2019 and has been with Arsenal through their worst, his passion for the club has been very evident and is noticed by the fans and a lot of big names such as Ian Wright, Martin Keown and Lee Dixon as well. However, with Oleksandr Zinchenko coming in Tierney has become the second choice left back; Tierney has made only 4 appearances as a starter for Arsenal in the Premier League this season.

CBS Journalist James Benge believes that there is a growing expectation at Arsenal that Tierney could leave but Arsenal will not push him outside the door. If the right offer comes in and all parties are onboard only then could his move away from the club go through.

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