Napoli are on the move to sign Arsenal’s defender Kieran Tierney

The transfer window for the premier league teams opened in early January and with it now the market is heating up with speculations about potential deals. The most talked transfer in these past days has to do with the Arsenal team. As per early reports by Daily Telegraph Napoli could be interested in making a move in acquiring Arsenal defender Kieran Tierney.

Tierney has arisen as one of Arsenal’s most solid players this season. No outfield player has made more Premier League begins for the Gunners than the 23-year-old’s 16 this term, and his new structure was covered off with his staggering independent objective in the 4-0 at West Brom on Jan. 2.

The Scotland-born international star likewise helped his country qualify for their first major competition in right around a fourth of a century when they beat Serbia by penalty shootout in a European Championship qualifier last November.

Tierney signed the deal with Arsenal from Celtic for a £25m charge in the mid-year of 2019, however, one of the different clubs pursuing his mark at the time was Napoli. Presently, as indicated by reports, the Serie A side will take a new action to sign him this mid-year.

Mikel Arteta has denied having any talks regarding Arsenal striker Eddie Nketiah leaving the club this month.

The England under-21 player has been connected with a transfer to West Ham however when found out if Nketiah could proceed onward in January, Arteta just answered: “No.”

Arteta did, however, confirm reports that defender Rob Holding is set to sign a new contract – just five months after he almost left the club to join Newcastle, telling reporters it’s something that we will announce as quick as we can, but it looks like he has signed.

He was more coy over the future of Mesut Ozil, who is in talks with a number of clubs over a January departure from Emirates Stadium after being frozen out of first-team football.

Ozil is holding a Twitter Q&A on Monday evening and when asked if he will tune in, Arteta replied that he was sorry as he does not use Twitter or follow it. The Arsenal manager did mention that he has done such sessions with the fans in the past it in the past in order to engage with them and keep everybody informed.