Kieran Tierney has already broken this club record at Arsenal


After weeks of speculation the Scotland international finally completed a £25m move to the Emirates Stadium on transfer deadline day. And the former Celtic man has already made an impression in north London after beating Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s standing jump record. Tierney recorded a height of 55cm, 1cm more than his Gabonese team-mate. The Scot’s feat was all the more impressive given that he is set to miss the start of the season after undergoing a double hernia operation. Unai Emery’s men begin the 2019/20 campaign at Newcastle on Sunday. READ MORE Premier League live stream 2019/20: how to watch every game from anywhere in the world 27 essential Fantasy Premier League tips from old winners and experts 10 overpriced transfers that absolutely worked out The FourFourTwo Preview: Arsenal vs Southampton Premier League: Arsenal 1 Southampton 0 The FourFourTwo Preview: Liverpool vs Arsenal Premier League: Liverpool 2 Arsenal 2 Juventus midfielder rejected Premier League move because he wanted to join Arsenal instead City’s all-round quality impresses Mourinho Liverpool could sign veteran goalkeeper as short-term Alisson replacement Manchester United ‘reach agreement’ to sign teenager Hannibal Mejbri Frank Lampard wants England international to be first signing after Chelsea’s transfer ban Barcelona refuse to pay transfer fee for Neymar – this is the deal they want instead The 11 most desperate deadline day panic buys in Premier League history Sheffield United’s “Route One” style? Danny Mills, and lazy pundits preventing viewers understanding football better David Preece: What I learned from working first hand with Ravel Morrison at Ostersund How Arsenal’s culture of change left Alex Iwobi underappreciated – and unnecessary

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