Arsenal may sell Kieran Tierney less than a year after signing him from Celtic, according to transfer expert Ian McGarry. Tierney joined Arsenal for a deal worth £25million on last summer's transfer deadline day. However, the Scotland international has made just 11 appearances in an injury-hit first campaign in north London.

Tierney's former Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers, now in charge at Leicester City, is keen on a reunion with the left-back with Chelsea keen on signing Foxes and England star Ben Chilwell.

And McGarry says Arsenal may want to get back what they paid for the 22-year-old after a less than successful stay at the club.

"We understand that in regards to Chilwell's future, Leicester are being reasonable and practical and pragmatic, and are looking at potential replacements," McGarry said on the Transfer Window podcast.

"One of those, probably unsurprisingly, is a former charge of Brendan Rodgers when he was manager of Celtic, and that's Kieran Tierney.