It has been reported that Arsenal and Scotland left-back Kieran Tierney will make his return from injury very soon (Daily Star).

The Gunners man has been sidelined since December with a shoulder problem. He suffered a dislocated right shoulder during a match with West Ham prior to Christmas.

Tierney has been out of Arsenal action for months. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

It’s ruled him out of action since but he was spotted training in Dubai whilst Arsenal were out on a warm weather training camp. Tierney is now reportedly taking part in group sessions.

Tierney’s return should be due at the end of this month according to the report, indicating that a return could happen in Arsenal’s Europa League Round of 32 second leg against Olympiakos.


Scotland face a big March. Should they beat Israel, they’ll go on to play Norway or Serbia for a place in this summer’s Euro 2020. Their last tournament qualification was the 1998 World Cup.

Clarke is gearing Scotland up for potentially two key fixtures coming up in March. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Having Tierney back for that tilt would be a big boost for Steve Clarke. The Arsenal full-back’s last international match came in October 2018 against Israel. It’s a boost for Arsenal too after fellow left-back Sead Kolasinac was substituted with injury during a 3-2 win over Everton.

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