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Fabrizio Romano confirms £110,000-a-week Arsenal player could leave the club this summer

Rory O'Callaghan

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Fabrizio Romano confirms £110,000-a-week Arsenal player could leave the club this summer

Fabrizio Romano has claimed a senior player at Arsenal could seek a move away this summer despite the club's success this season.

Arsenal are currently two points clear of Manchester City at the top of the Premier League, having played one game less than their closest rivals.

They can extend their advantage to five points if they beat Everton at Emirates on Wednesday night.

There is clearly a positive mood this season at Arsenal, who have made an unexpected challenge for the title under Mikel Arteta.


But not every player is happy with their current role at the club.

Scotland international Kieran Tierney has made 25 appearances this season but has managed only 460 minutes in the Premier League.


He has found first-team opportunities harder to come by since Oleksandr Zinchenko joined from Manchester City in the summer window.


The Daily Mirror claims Tierney is 'frustrated' with his lack of minutes and is 'anxious' to play first-team football on a more regular basis.

Newcastle have been linked with a move for the Scottish defender, who is said to be 'open to a move' to the North East.

Romano: There's a chance Tierney could leave

Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano claims Tierney, who is believed to earn around £110,000 per week at Arsenal, could be allowed to leave the Emirates.


But he says discussions over the defender's future won't take place until the end of the season, with the Gunners keen for their players to remain 100 per cent focused on the current campaign.

"Arsenal don't want to distract any of their players in crucial moment of the season," Romano wrote in his column for CaughtOffside.

"I'm told there's a chance Tierney will leave in the summer but this is not 100 per cent approved yet on the club side, they want all the team to be 100 per cent focused on the final games of the season to win trophies."

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Arsenal, Football, Premier League, Kieran Tierney

Rory O'Callaghan
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