Celtic captain Brown: Tierney made fairytale Arsenal move

Celtic captain Brown: Tierney made fairytale Arsenal move

Celtic captain Scott Brown believes that former team-mate Kieran Tierney could end up at Barcelona or Paris Saint-Germain if he performs well at Arsenal.

The left back requires filling by the Scottish side and they have already Celtic had Kilmarnock defender Greg Taylor scouted as another option.

It's a sideways move if it happens, to me, and I can imagine Forrest will be hopefully staying put and looking to keep his stay at the club going.

"But we all wish him the best, he has been a fantastic servant to the club".

"For me personally, it should be a fairy-tale story". When you look at Ajax and other teams like that, when they sell players that have come through the youth and given so much to the club, they have a big party on the street and all the fans come out and cheer.

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With Championship sides now not able to bring in any more players it is yet to be seen if Phillip Cocu is willing to let Lowe leave without being able to replace him.

Paul Heckingbottom has called on his players to get the basics right, describing the 6-1 mauling by Rangers as "a wake-up call". That's what you do, you move on. "Meling is a player they know well, because Celtic has played against Rosenborg a couple of times", explained Mathisen.

"We are not going to go out and maybe break the transfer record, but we will add quality to the squad", he added.

The head coach said: "They moved the ball quicker than us, they pressed it better than us, these are things we can do".

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