ieran Tierney insists he is “happy” at Arsenal and will leave it up to the club to decide his future.
The former Celtic left-back lost his place in the team last summer following the arrival of Oleksandr Zinchenko from Manchester City.
Tierney is now attracting interest from multiple clubs, including Newcastle, but has not held talks with manager Mikel Arteta over his future.
Instead the Scot is focusing on preparing for the new season, with Arsenal facing Barcelona in a friendly in Los Angeles on Wednesday night.
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“It’s not really up to me,” Tierney said. “I’m happy, I’m working hard every day and getting minutes. I’m just trying to do as well as I can.
“You can’t play every single game, every single season, every single year. I don’t expect that and I still made a lot of appearances last year.
“I was ready every game and working 100 per cent. I think everyone in there would agree with that, that I never give less than that whether I’m playing or not.
“In the games I did play I tried to do my best for the team. I came off the bench a lot last season, whether that was to see games out or help get a goal.”