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Florence Fletcher
August 11, 2019

Manx-born Celtic star Kieran Tierney is reportedly on the verge of earning a big money move to the English Premier League.

Arsenal have bolstered their defensive options by signing left-back Kieran Tierney from Celtic.

The outlet adds that Tierney and his agent Allan Preston were earlier spotted at Edinburgh Airport awaiting a flight to London.

Attention will now turn to what Celtic have to do to fill the void left by the 22-year-old.

It is understood that the final fee agreed between Arsenal and Celtic is £25 Million.

Sean Longstaff, who was a target for Manchester United, will hope to impress yet again this season and will start in midfield against another player who was rumoured to leave the club - Isaac Hayden.

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So if Unai Emery's side can offer more money upfront then surely they will be able to complete the signing of Kieran Tierney before 5 pm tomorrow.

The Scotland global left-back, who is understood to have signed a five-year contract worth around £80,000 a week, was announced as an Arsenal player just 15 minutes before the English Premier League transfer deadline closed at 5pm on Thursday.

He is also defensively sound, meaning Emery needs to use him wisely to get the best out of him.

"It feels great. I'm delighted to be here". People need to know that as well. Dwight Gayle will continue to be assessed, but is a long shot to play, while Matt Ritchie will have a late fitness test, according to Physioroom.com.

Despite Bruce's optimism, some Newcastle supporters remain underwhelmed by club owner Mike Ashley's decision to replace the popular Rafa Benitez who led them to a 13th-placed finish last season. He managed to notch up six goals and five assists in Ligue 1 last season and helped Nice to a seventh-place finish.

The Paraguayan global scored no goals last season but will be willing to get on the scoresheet this time.

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