In Celtic’s excellent run of form in the league, there has been an undeniable rise in the stature of many players who have carved an excellent name for themselves amongst the football fraternity. One of the intriguing aspects of Brendan Rodgers’ managerial regime at the helm of the Celtic Park outfit has been the way he has showered ample amount of trust on his youngsters and without any shadow of a doubt, Kieran Tierney has blossomed sculpturally this term under the former Liverpool gaffer. He has been thrown into the limelight due to the right reasons and for doing the majority things in the right manner.
Tierney took very little time to establish himself as the heartthrob of the Celtic faithful. A modern day player who is a two-way fullback with the know-how of catering to the defensive as well as the offensive endeavours with sheer perfection, he has emerged as one of the hottest properties in Europe. The 19-year-old has never looked back ever since breaking into the first team under the tutelage of Ronny Deila. Admiration started to flock and his stocks began to rise rapidly as he has maintained a fine balance between calibre and consistency.
The Hoops, however, do not possess the financial muscle which, for example, the likes of Premier League clubs have and recently, Rodgers has stated that he is ready to receive bids from various parties interested in signing the starlet. Obviously, it is relishing seeing European powerhouses taking marauding steps to lure Tierney under their ranks but it could really backfire the fine progress which the green and white crops have manoeuvred. The Glasgow giants took a step forward and could go on to win the league as an invincible side but if they are tempted to sell the Scottish international, it would mean they would fall two steps backwards.
Tierney is a great tackler who rattles the aggression from the opponents with relative ease. He has constructed himself as one of the most established defenders in Scottish football despite being quite young and toils relentlessly throughout the pitch to dictate the tempo of the game in favour of his employers. He operates with power, precision and ejects heavy doses of crosses into the box by running up the pitch on the left. Rodgers’ aspirations of enabling Celtic to find a strong footing in the Champions League will bite the dust if he sells one of his main men because his shoes will be too hard to fill.
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