Kieran Tierney Expresses Desire for Celtic Return – Latest Scottish Football News

Scotland and Arsenal left-back Kieran Tierney, aged 27, has revealed his strong desire to return to his former club Celtic. The Gunners are reportedly open to considering offers for Tierney over the upcoming summer transfer window, as per reports from Football Insider.

In other transfer news, Al-Ittihad is said to be open to offers for former Celtic winger Jota, amidst rumors circulating in Saudi Arabia linking him with a potential return to the Scottish champions, according to the Record. Additionally, Celtic and Brentford have shown interest in acquiring Liverpool’s second-choice goalkeeper and Republic of Ireland international, Caoimhin Kelleher, aged 25, sources from Liverpool Echo confirm.

Meanwhile, Bournemouth is eyeing a potential £8 million deal for Wales defender Chris Mepham, aged 26, who is also being monitored by Celtic, as reported by Wales Online. In another transfer development, Celtic, Ipswich Town, and Norwich City are all vying for the signature of Scotland Under-17 forward Aiden McGinlay, aged 17, who currently plays for Queen’s Park, according to the Record.

Former Aberdeen forward Joe Harper has urged new Pittodrie manager Jimmy Thelin to find a replacement for the departed Ylber Ramadani, as per the Press and Journal. On the managerial front, Hearts’ B team boss Liam Fox has declined an offer to join city rivals Hibernian’s new head coach David Gray’s backroom team, reports the Sun.

Despite missing a late chance in Scotland’s recent 2-2 draw with Finland, debutant Tommy Conway remains optimistic for the future. Additionally, Scotland Under-21 head coach Scot Gemmill has acknowledged the team’s disappointing 5-0 defeat against Austria, stating that there are no excuses for the poor performance, as per the Herald.