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Neil Lennon Gives Good and Bad Update on Kieran Tierney

Neil Lennon Gives Good and Bad Update on Kieran Tierney

Neil Lennon has given a good and bad update on Kieran Tierney.

The Celtic manager spoke to the media this afternoon ahead of his side’s friendly with Rennes at Celtic Park tomorrow.

And while commenting on a number of different topics, Lennon spoke about Tierney, his fitness and the interest around the left back.

Lennon confirmed Tierney is still injured and recovering from his summer hernia operation.

But the positive is that there have been no further bids for the Scotland international, according to Lennon.

Per Clyde Superscoreboard, Lennon said:

While having Tierney on the sidelines isn’t good for Celtic, the fact there have been no further bids for him is a positive for the Hoops.

Arsenal have already had a bid for Tierney rejected and, according to Football London, another bid is expected.

But it’s so far not came – and Celtic fans should believe they can keep the popular full-back in this transfer window.

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