Arsenal man says he could return to his former club in the future

Kieran Tierney is a die-hard Celtic fan and the full-back has left the door open for him to rejoin the Hoops in the future.

They developed him into one of the finest left-backs in Europe before selling him to Arsenal.

The Gunners have enjoyed his talents over the last few seasons and he continues to show he is a top player.

He has been injury-prone since he moved to the Emirates, but the Scotsman is one of the team’s most dedicated players and Arsenal will hand him a new long-term deal at the right time.

He was speaking about his former club recently and they asked him if he would consider a return there, the full-back told The Currie Club podcast with Darrell Currie:

“I’m always going to love Celtic, I’m always going to support Celtic so you never know in football, you genuinely don’t.

“I think when a player who loves the club leaves there’s always that, ‘what if he comes back’ and you can’t rule anything out.”

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Tierney can hardly be separated from Celtic because they played a significant role in his development.

For now, he is focused on helping Arsenal achieve its goals, but it is not a surprise that he still thinks about a return to his boyhood club.

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7 Comments

  1. I really believe this is the time sell Tierney while we still can get money for him because tomiyazu is making LB AN EASY OPTION ANDWE GOT ZINZHENKO sol lets recoup the money an love on

  2. If I were him, I’d have said “ Celtic is home, Arsenal is where my mind is and want to put all my energy here. What comes next will cross that bridge when I get to it”

  3. Personally, I love the guy. He’s a real man for sure and when fit no one outplay him in his position.
    I wish him all the best in his arsenal career.

  4. Well said to the 3 posters above who could not, collectively, have said it better.

    Home is where one’s heart is, but… Tierney should learn *not* to wear his heart on his sleeve.

  5. Kieran Tierney is IMO too injury prone. If he can’t accept his now role with not being a regular starter, then I think he should leave and resign with Celtic. When fit he is a very good player but at Arsenal he hasn’t shown his full potential.

  6. Tierney will likely be fit for the run-in now thanks to rotation and options that we have back at defense. The second half of the season will be interesting if we have a fully match-fit K. Tierney up and running/flying.

    Vying for supremacy is a good thing, and having different types of mold is too, it helps to make us a more dynamic outfit.

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