"He is back in the group and training and getting ready for the new season".
According to reports, Arsenal have increased their offer to the Celtic left-back to £25m, making a move to the Premier League "inevitable" for the left-back. He's just 22-years-old and has so much more to give to the game.
However, that still might not be enough as Neil Lennon has today suggested that Celtic feel Tierney should be worth more than Aaron Wan-Bissaka - who joined Manchester United for £50m earlier in the summer.
"The club's valuation of Kieran has not been met and until then we don't have a discussion".
With four years left on his current Celtic deal, the ball is in the Hoops' court, with the Scottish giants unlikely to let Tierney go without getting full value for their prized asset.
"So disrespectful is the wrong word but we're certainly not going to be pushed over in any negotiations and we're in a very strong position with regards to a number of our assets in the team".
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'I know what ours is and we are quite comfortable with the situation at the moment.
The Bhoys were said to be holding out for £25 million for the Scotland worldwide, and initially rejected a bid significantly below that from the Gunners.
One reason for that is that even if Tierney remains a Bhoys player, he is set to miss the beginning of the domestic season, as he continues to battle with injury, an issue which has already stopped him from starting pre-season training, and miss the 3-1 Champions League qualifying win in Sarajevo last week.
Club bosses thought they would be successful after upping their initial £15m offer dramatically, but several clauses in the proposal were not up to Celtic's approval.
Unai Emery's side have been in hot pursuit of Tierney this summer, submitting two bids which were subsequently rejected.