Fabrizio Romano provides update on Kieran Tierney's future
Arsenal are not desperate to sell Kieran Tierney in the current transfer window, according to Fabrizio Romano.
The Scottish left-back lost his starting spot to Oleksandr Zinchenko last season. He made just six Premier League starts.
In the current pre-season, Jakub Kiwior and Takehiro Tomiyasu have been preferred over Tierney in the starting line-up.
This has led to questions regarding his future, but Romano has said that things have gone quiet over Tierney lately.
Speaking to Caught Offside, he added that the club are not desperate to sell, though they could consider the option if an important bid arrives.
He said: "This story has gone a little quiet but it remains one to watch later in the window. It’s quiet now but it could change."
"Arsenal are not desperate to sell Tierney, but they’d just consider that option if an important bid arrives."
Tierney was heavily linked with Newcastle United earlier in the summer, but the Magpies are yet to make an approach.
The 26-year-old is currently valued in the region of £30 million. Arsenal may resist strengthening a direct top-four rival.