Real Madrid have reportedly expressed their interest in signing Arsenal left-back Kieran Tierney this summer.
The Scotland international has been gone from strength to strength to established himself as one of the pivotal player under Mikel Arteta.
Tierney, 24, enjoyed solid display in defence for the Champions League-chasing Gunners – scoring once and providing three assists in 22 Premier League games so far.
The defender who has been tipped to take over as club captain should current skipper Alexandre Lacazette depart as a free agent this summer, extended his contract with Arsenal until the summer 2026 last year.
However, reports by Sunday Post claims that Real Madrid are hoping to lure the Scottish away from Arsenal with a £50m offer, but they will face competition from Barcelona.
The reports explain in details that Los Blancos’ chief scout Juni Calafat took a liking to Tierney while assessing Bukayo Saka, and Arsenal may be prepared to sanction an exit for the left-back for the right price.
Tierney has already won the FA Cup with Arsenal and boasts four goals and 12 assists in 87 games for the Gunners since arriving from Celtic in 2019.