Real Madrid prepare for £50 Million bid to sign Arsenal star

Reports are claiming that Real Madrid are preparing an offer of £50 Million to sign Kieran Tierney from Arsenal this summer.

The defender is held in high regard in north London, and is tipped for the captain’s armband in the near future, but the club may now have to brace themselves for a bid from the Spanish giants.

The Galacticos have enjoyed some of Britain’s top talents previously, with the likes of David Beckham, Michael Owen and Steve McManaman all enjoying spells there amongst others, and they now have their eyes set on our Scottish defender Tierney.

The Sunday Post (via FourFourTwo) now claims that KT is set to be the subject of a £50 Million bid.

Carlo Ancelotti is claimed to be a keen admirer of his, having previously attempted to bring him to Italy to play for his Napoli side also, but it remains to be seen whether we would be willing to accept an offer of £50 Million.

I personally believe he is worth more to our team than that amount. and having extended his contract only last summer, we will be under no push to accept any kind of bid that doesn’t match our valuation.

As much as I would love to say he was unattainable, every player has their price, but I’m thinking we should demand at least 50% more than that, and be more than happy to keep hold of him if they were unwilling to pay the price.

How much do you think clubs would have to pay to land Tierney from us? Would £50 Million be a tempting starting point?


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  1. If we keep selling our first team players, we would still be viewed as a small and selling club. Can we go and sign a first team player from any of the big clubs around? Moreover, £50m cannot buy Tierney’s talent in the market. We should only consider selling of Tierney makes it absolutely clear that he wants to go. Then we can set his asking price anywhere from £80m – £100m

  2. Let’s not forget only a few years ago Barcelona tried to buy Belerin around 70 million from Arsenal and now look, we have to take a page out of Liverpools book who sold players likes of Suarez, Sterling, Coutinho to rebuild, we need to buy established striker and a attacking midfielder at least top five in the world to be a real contender for the EPL top spot

  3. No it’s less according to the way the guy brocks, force the last passes let them at least make 75m

  4. I wouldn’t take the deal simply because finding a good LB is hard. It’s not been the best of seasons for Tierney but no reason we should be letting him go. 50mill is a good price tbh, but I’d still rather keep him, and use the time to ditch some more deadwood players and get Laca off the books.

  5. Unfortunately Arsenal has a track record for dismantling good or promising teams snd selling players. I hope the Club can go against the trend now.

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