Arsenal will be looking to sell some players in this summer transfer window and one of them is Sead Kolasinac because he was awful last season and is one of the reasons why Unai Emery abandoned his preferred 4-2-3-1 formation.
Sead Kolasinac cannot play in a back four and Unai Emery wants to use this formation and the Arsenal boss has reportedly identified Celtic’s Kieran Tierney as the perfect replacement for the Bosnian international who came at the Emirates Stadium on a free transfer in the 2017 summer transfer window.
Kieran Tierney is a talented left back that is very good at defending and attacking, great tackler and those are some of the main things that you require from modern fullbacks.
Arsenal reportedly had a £15million bid rejected a few days ago and this was confirmed by BBC’s David Ornstein and most gooners take his word as gospel since he has always been reliable when it comes to transfer related news about the North Londoners.
As reported elsewhere Arsenal have had an opening bid of £15m for Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney rejected – but there is optimism an agreement will be reached between the clubs, while personal terms for the 22-year-old Scotland international shouldn’t be a problem #AFC #CelticFC
— David Ornstein (@bbcsport_david) June 22, 2019
A new report by Daily Record claims that Arsenal will make a new bid of £20million for Kieran Tierney in the next 48 hours and that the North Londoners are hopeful that a deal will be agreed soon as the player has reportedly already said that he is okay with a move to the Premier League. If Arsenal completes the signing of Kieran Tierney, then this will mean that this is the end of Sead Kolasinac’s career at the Emirates Stadium as there’s no way that he will be benched when he’s at huge wages.
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