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Troubles At Emirates? Gunners Star Could Exit The Club For Newcastle United Next Summer In Big Blow

Arsenal are looking forward to making important decisions this season ahead of next summer. Already the Gunners are set to challenge Manchester City and United in Premier League title this season.

Top of the table with 60 points and City come second with the huge 55 points and United third with 49 points. Erik ten Hag has already won the Carabao Cup this season and still in FA Cup as well as Europa League competition.

Meanwhile after signing Zinchenko, Trossard, Gabriel Jesus and Jorginho as well as Jakub Kiwior the Gunners may see exit of a few players next summer. With Mikel seeking the opportunity to strengthen his squad by making more high quality players join the club ahead of next season.

Arsenal left-back Kieran Tierney could be 'open to a move to Newcastle' this summer, according to reports. After the 25-year-old has struggled to cement himself as a regular face in Mikel Arteta's starting line-up this season.

The Chronical claims that Newcastle could make a move for the left-back and suggest Tierney's name 'has been put to the club by representatives. Despite having been at the club since 2019 following a £25m move from Celtic, the Scotland international has tumbled down Mikel Arteta's pecking order lately.

Yet this season, he has made just 25 appearances, sixteen of a tough season appearance having been in the Premier League. With the Scotland international managing a meagre four league starts.

This term, Mikel Arteta has now chosen to rely on new arrival Oleksandr Zinchenko, who arrived at Arsenal in the summer for £32m from Manchester City. And has started 16 of the huge 17 league appearances he's made this year. Wing-back Takehiro Tomiyasu has also been favoured ahead of the Scot at stages this season.

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