Arsenal are currently topping the premier league table following a remarkable consecutive performances this season. The Gunners have only lost three matches and drew three times in 24 matches this season. They are looking to extend their 2 points clear on top of the premier league table to 5 points ahead of Everton tonight.
Arsenal full back Kieran Tierney have reportedly set to leave Emirates in summer following limited minutes under Mikel Arteta as understood by Fabrizio Romano's tweet. Quoting what Arteta said in his pre-match press conference ahead of Everton.
Romano tweeted: "(Kieran Tierney could leave Arsenal in the summer. Mikel Arteta, “I don’t know, I’m not thinking about it. I’m thinking about what’s best for the team. Players have the right to play minutes, which they all deserve, we’re going to try to do that in the next games.")"
Since last summer arrival of Aleksandar Zinchenko from Manchester City, Arsenal full back Kieran Tierney have been suffering game moments given his only 4 premier league startings this season despite coming as a sub 12 times. The Scotland professional however, have been given first team start in other cups and he has one goal in the Europa league against Zurich.
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