The 11 players who could leave Arsenal in Mikel Arteta’s summer rebuild

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4. Kieran Tierney

News had broke on The Top Flight just recently that Kieran Tierney might join Arsenal’s league rivals Manchester City. This would be the worst way for him to go but fortunately for fans, the Scotsman seems to value morality in football so shouldn’t sign for a club who have bought and cheated their way to success.

But, the reality is, he will leave. No matter his next destination, he likely won’t be playing for Arsenal next season.

Tierney is a player who has my ultimate respect for never kicking up a fuss about game time but he does deserve much more than he’s given at this point in time. Granted, injuries haven’t helped him but pushing to pick up minutes isn’t what he expected when he first signed from Celtic.

Unfortunately for him, it’s a big hill to climb with Alex Zinchenko the starting left-back. Therefore, his best bet is to find a new club.