Kieran Tierney opted for a move from Celtic to Arsenal in August 2019 for a fee of £25m, despite rumoured interest at the time from Napoli.
Tierney’s first season wasn’t the best of campaigns, and it seemed that he would leave the Gunners
The Scotland international has now returned to form and is one of the best players in Mikel Arteta’s team.
The report says that Napoli missed out on a chance to sign him in the summer transfer window, and they are now prepared to make another move for him at the end of this season.
The 23 year , is their long-term target, but they have plans to make a move, for the next six months at least.
Chelsea’s Emerson Palmieri has emerged as a short term solution for them and they will sign him this month for the rest of the campaign.
Tierney’s importance to the current Gunners team means that Napoli will probably have to break the bank before they can land him.
The Gunners have made him a key part of their play, with the full-back bombing forward to create chances for his teammates.
Arsenal paid £25million to sign him, and they will certainly want to make a nice profit if they sell him.
Tierney has started all but one of Arsenal’s Premier League matches this term, scoring and assisting a combined two goals.