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Celtic news bulletin as Kieran Tierney lands bold return pitch while Eduard Spertsyan presses pause on transfer

Celtic have been told how to tempt Kieran Tierney to return to Parkhead in the summer window.

The Scotland international is enjoying a successful loan spell with Real Sociedad having been deemed surplus to requirements at Arsenal by boss Mikel Arteta last summer - with injury hampering his spell with the English Premier League title hopefuls. As well as being a regular in La Liga he has racked up minutes in the Champions League this term.

However, Kenny Miller reckons when he returns to the Emirates he will still struggle for regular minutes. While he believes the 26-year-old will have suitors lining up he reckons Brendan Rodgers could tempt the left-back into a return to Glasgow's east end. Miller exclusively told Ladbrokes Fanzone: "If he doesn't quite fit in Mikel Arteta's plans, that's OK.

"There's not a lot you can do about that. As for his future, if it's away from Arsenal and if he wanted to, he'd still be playing in the Premier League... I'm sure of that. That will be up to him, and whether teams will be able to get him out of his current contract.

"But as an outsider looking in, I think he would love a return to Celtic. It's just a case of how does that happen? The transfer fee is the issue there. I genuinely don't think the wages would stop it, because I think Kieran would understand the situation, and would accept that he'd have to drop his wages, probably considerably, to get that move.

"Arsenal paid £25 million for him and I believe he's still got a couple of years left on his contract, so that's where the problem would come. Would there be a potential for a loan deal for a year or two? Maybe.

"Listen, anything is possible, but I really do think he's that good a player, that his next move is up to him.

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