Leicester will look to bring Kieran Tierney to the King Power Stadium if Ben Chilwell leaves the club this summer.
Tierney, 22, joined Arsenal from Celtic where he had starred under Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers. The Scotland international won seven trophies under the Leicester boss, before Rodgers swapped Celtic for Leicester.
The defender’s £25m switch has not paid off in his first season. After arriving in recovery from a hernia operation, Tierney suffered a dislocated shoulder back in November and has managed just five Premier League games so far.
Chilwell, 23, has been linked with a move to Manchester United and Chelsea.
The England star signed a six-year contract and is tied down until 2024, strengthening the club’s hand should suitors make their move.
In Teirney’s absence, Arsenal coped well with Bukayo Saka impressing. However, the Gunners are yet to tie the 18 year-old, who has been linked with Liverpool, to a new deal.
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