Arsenal is making some small but crucial steps under Mikel Arteta as he is tasked with the rebuilding process at Emirates Stadium and have begun by tying key players to new deals and Kieran Tierney is the next in line.
The Scottish has made 27 appearances under The Spaniard and has been a real threat for the Gunners on the left flank as his combination with Youngster Bukayo Saka has caused a lot of problems for the opponents.
According to Chris Wheatley, The Gunners have offered the left-back a five-year contract and cool interests from big clubs prying for his services.
"Exclusive: Kieran Tierney is set to sign a new five-year contract with Arsenal imminently" Chris Wheatley.
Arsenal is learning from its mistakes of not renewing contracts in advance and can't afford to repeat similar errors every season and this a good decision on steering the club in the right direction.
With settled, Arteta and Technical Director Edu Gasper will concentrate on reinforcing the squad by bringing in new additions to the side to make it a competition for the 2021/2022 season.
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