Kieran Tierney's proposed move to Arsenal appears off after the London side failed in another attempt to sign the 22-year-old fullback.

It is understood that there was another multi-layered bid made on Monday for Tierney from the English Premier League side but Celtic remain unmoved by a deal that would have been paid in various instalments. The staggered offer with various add-on clauses has been deemed to be unrealistic by the Parkhead side who have been steadfast in their view that they do not need to sell a player who came through their academy structure.

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Arsenal bid for Kieran Tierney short of Celtic's valuation

Tierney himself has not spoken publicly about the negotiations but it is believed that privately he was intrigued by the offer on the table.

Sources close to the London side have claimed that Arsenal are now set to walk away from negotiations and turn their attention elsewhere as they seek to further bolster their side.

Tierney is currently rehabilitating from a double hernia operation while he has also been restricted to just nine first-team appearances since the turn of the year due to a debilitating osteitis pubis problem.

Napoli have also been monitoring Tierney's situation and could be set to test the waters with a bid for the left-back who has captained both club and country.