Arsenal defender Kieran Tierney has opened the door to rejoin Celtic amid his limited playing time with the Gunners.
The Scotland international was a fringe player for the club last season. Oleksandr Zinchenko was the regular left-back.
Meanwhile, winter signing Jakub Kiwior also started ahead of him during the final phase of the Premier League campaign.
Hence, he is now contemplating his future at the club, and The Sun claim that Tierney would welcome a return to Parkhead.
However, a move highly depends on the Gunners. Celtic can’t afford his wages and may only propose a season-long loan.Arsenal are prepared to part ways with Tierney, but they could prefer to receive a reasonable transfer fee from elsewhere.Newcastle United and Aston Villa are among clubs that could be interested in purchasing the Scotland international this summer.Arsenal are likely to demand at least £30m for the left-back, who has made 123 appearances for the club in all competitions.