Celtic boss Neil Lennon admits Arsenal target Kieran Tierney could leave the club this summer.
The Gunners’ two bids in the region of £17million have been rejected by Celtic for the left-back who they value at £25million.
Arsenal believe they can do a deal for less, but while Lennon admits an exit is possible this summer, he insists the club will ensure their demands are met.
“It can be a little bit unsettling, a lot of us have been in that position before,” Lennon said on Sky Sports.
“Obviously he has a price, every player has his price, and if any team wants to match it then we have a decision to make. But until then there’s nothing further to say on it.”
Meanwhile the Gunners are closing in on a deal for Saint-Etienne defender William Saliba.
The Ligue 1 club are demanding £26.5 million and an agreement they will keep the centre-back on loan next season before he moves to north London in 2020.