Celtic quick news: Kieran Tierney hands crucial injury boost ahead of Rangers game

Celtic quick news: Celtic have been provided with major injury boost as the defender Kieran Tierney is expected to return for the Old Firm Derby this Sunday. (h/t The Sun)

Kieran Tierney

The Scottish left-back also missed out on the international break after suffering a calf injury.

Scotland suffered a nightmarish 2-0 defeat against Kazakhstan in the opening game of the Euro qualifiers but was able to bounce back last night against San Marino.

Now, the report claims that Tierney could possibly feature in the star-studded derby against the Light Blues.

Tierney after rising through the youth ranks of Celtic broke into the senior team and has made more than 90 appearances till now.

The Scots full-back has been in excellent form this season providing four assists in eighteen premiership games.

Furthermore, the left back has been linked with a £25m( h/t Scottish Sun) move to the Premier League sides Gunners and his erst-while manager’s new side Leicester City.

Brendan Rodgers left the Scottish club in the middle of the season to become the new manager of the Foxes.

However, Tierney remained intact with the surrounding speculations and indeed continued his hard work for the Park Head side.

Kieran Tierney
Kieran Tierney

Neil Lennon, the former Hoops manager has been put in charge on makeshift basis since Rodgers’ departure.

In fact, Lennon successfully led his side to three big wins in which two of them went down the wires.

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The Premiership table leaders are set to face two huge battles against the Light Blues and Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup semi-finals.

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