Liverpool’s Andy Robertson has sponsored Celtic star Kieran Tierney to make the ‘right choice’ as he continues to be related with a transfer to Arsenal.
Tierney, 22, has evolved right into a key participant for Scottish champions Celtic since making his first-team debut in 2015.
The complete again has already performed over 170 video games for his boyhood membership and helped Celtic win 4 successive Scottish Premierships and two Scottish Cups.
His performances north of the border have no longer long past left out and Premier League giants Arsenal are excited about bringing Tierney to the Emirates throughout the summer season transfer window.
The Gunners were locked in talks with Celtic over a suitable charge and fresh reviews counsel they continue to be positive of achieving an settlement ahead of the brand new season begins.
Robertson, who performs along Tierney for Scotland, says his world team-mate is a ‘very good footballer’ and insists he’ll make the ‘right choice’ for his occupation this summer season.
‘I’ve performed with KT for Scotland and he’s performed proper again and centre again. I’ve watched him and he’s an excellent footballer,’ Liverpool star Robertson instructed Sky Sports.
‘Last season he clearly had his damage issues..
‘Whatever happens with KT is up to him and the people around him. He’ll make the suitable selection. He’s a Celtic boy via and thru and you’ll be able to’t take that clear of him.
‘Let’s see the way it unfolds. Good success to him no matter he does.’
Arsenal feared they’d have to see off pageant from Napoli to signal Tierney however supervisor Carlo Ancelotti has dominated out the Italian membership creating a summer season transfer.
‘Honestly, I’m no longer attention-grabbing in signing him, Ancelotti mentioned over the weekend. ‘He is a actually just right younger left again however he’s a Celtic participant.
‘We are looking for a lot of players for this coming season but he is a Celtic player and we have two good left backs. But honestly I can say he is a really good player.’