Arsenal defender to decide his future next week
Arsenal left-back Kieran Tierney is expected to decide his future next week after holding talks with manager Mikel Arteta.
The Scot has been a quality player for the Gunners, but he had a fringe role last season after the arrival of Oleksandr Zinchenko.
Zinchenko was a regular starter in the Premier League games last term, and Tierney was largely restricted to starting the Cup matches.
With Arsenal back in the Champions League, Zinchenko could start in the competition as well. Hence, Tierney is assessing his options.
According to Football Insider, the former Celtic man will hold crunch talks with the manager next week before deciding his future.
Arsenal are not actively looking to sell the 26-year-old, but they are expected to demand at least £30 million if he opts to leave.
Newcastle United and Aston Villa are among clubs that could pursue the left-back. The former looked at signing him in January itself.
Villa, on the other hand, are managed by Unai Emery, who brought Tierney to the Emirates Stadium when he was the Gunners boss in 2019.