Football Insider reports that Newcastle United are the frontrunner in the pursuit of Arsenal player, Kieran Tierney. The Manchester City transfer target, who is valued at £30 million, is considering leaving Arsenal for a fresh challenge.
The idea that Kieran Tierney was considering a transfer to Newcastle United in order to be closer to his family has been published on several occasions since he was connected with a move there. Even though that isn’t often the case when a football player is trying to select where to play next, the Scotsman has a lot of love for the Magpies.
Tierney joined Arsenal in 2019 after being acquired from Celtic for £25 million. Since then, he has been their starting left back, a position he held until the summer of 2022, when the Ukrainian Oleksandr Zinchenko was signed.
Tierney hasn’t exhibited any signs of unhappiness with his new role. This, in retrospect, does make him a regular starter. He has played 24 games for Arsenal but is considering leaving. Eddie Howe has made signing the £30 million-rated player a top objective for Newcastle United ahead of the summer transfer season.
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