KIERAN TIERNEY has reportedly agreed a new five-year Arsenal contract worth £110,000-a-week.
David Ornstein claims talks have been ongoing following Tierney’s fine season.
And the left-back will put pen to paper once Scotland’s adventure at the Euros is over.
Tierney has made 62 appearances for Arsenal during a two-year spell after joining from Celtic for £25million in 2019.
The defender is already a firm fan favourite thanks to some tenacious performances.
And aged just 24, Tierney has plenty more campaigns to come.
Mikel Arteta was keen to secure the Scot’s long-term Gunners future ahead of a huge summer squad rebuild.
And a deal has now been agreed following talks over the past month.
However, Tierney will not finalise his new lucrative contract until Scotland are knocked out of Euro 2020.
Indeed, his continental adventure could be over by tonight when the Scots take on England at Wembley.
Tierney missed Monday’s 2-0 defeat to Czech Republic through injury.
But he is set to feature in tonight’s crunch clash against Gareth Southgate’s men.
Apparent ‘leaks’ claim Tierney will line up as a left wing-back in a five-man defence.
And should he feature, the ace could have an even bigger spring in his step thanks to Arsenal’s new deal.