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.
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.
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.