11 Apr Kieran Tierney transfer information: Celtic warned Manchester United could have’no difficulty’ locating capital for full-back
Hoops legend Stiliyan Petrov considers the highly-rated Scotland global full-back is destined to depart Parkhead at a certain point in the near future
Kieran Tierney has been tipped to leave Celtic in the not too distant future, together with Stiliyan Petrov conceding that major European sides like Manchester United will have”no difficulty” financing a transfer.
Speculation surrounding the highly-rated Scotland worldwide has raged for a while.
Despite getting over 160 club looks to his name, also 12 caps for his country, Tierney remains only 21 years old.
He’s regarded as destined for the very best, with it just a matter of time before the interest being shown in him by afar contributes to a big-money bidding being tabled.
Celtic legend Petrov advised the Daily Record of a participant who’s under contract before 2023 but is still connected with the likes of United:”You do not go under the radar if you’re always one of the greatest actors.
“I do not know whether it’s going to be this summer or next but I really do think at some stage Celtic’s resolve will be analyzed.
“And when a massive deal comes from the fact is you need to take it. It’ll take big money to get him. I really don’t know how much but it’ll not be any problem for some Man Utd or anything.
“The boy only has to do exactly what he’s doing. Getting into the Champions League could be so important for his or her development.
“He has the capability to go on and also be world class. He could go into some Man Utd or some other top notch club since he has been brought up needing to play under stress.
“Like all decent players he’s not only lived in that environment but has thrived and people with the temperament to manage which are the men who make it into the very best.
“He’s shown he can deal at European level. From the Champions League he’s been excellent. Nonetheless, it’s also about how he acts on the pitch. He’s shown he’s a pioneer.
“He’s captained his country and he’s captained Celtic. That is unique for being just 21.
“He can get better all the time. For example an ex-Celtic player along with also a Celtic fan I need him to be here for as long as you possibly can. But that isn’t the way football works”
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Tierney has made no secret of the fact he would like to invest as long as you can at Parkhead prior to making a transfer elsewhere.
As a academy grad, he’s strong ties to the Glasgow-based outfit and can be in no hurry to shoot on a brand new challenge.
That difficulty might be pressured, however, if his record of suitors continues to rise along with his consistency in Scotland finally ignites a scramble for his signature at an impending transfer window.