According to the London Evening Flag, although Tierney’s Scottish teammate Armstrong tested positive for the new crown virus, Arsenal believes that the players will not be forced to undergo a 14-day quarantine period and can participate in the next league match against Manchester City. .
During the International Game Day, Southampton's Scottish midfielder Armstrong tested positive for the new crown virus and Tierney was considered a close contact, which meant he had to undergo a 14-day quarantine period.
Arsenal will face Manchester City in the next league game. If Tierney is absent, this will be a blow to the Gunners. The club continues to cooperate with the Scottish Football Association to find a solution.
Except for Armstrong, Tierney and the other players of the Scottish team tested negative for the new crown virus. In the past week, Tierney was tested three times and the results were all negative.