Celtic defender Kieran Tierney is reportedly a transfer target for Everton and Wolverhampton Wanderers in the summer transfer window, as per The Daily Mail, but the Celtic left-back should ignore the interest from the Premier League sides and remain faithful to Celtic.
True, Everton is a big club with lots of ambition, but the Toffees are absent in the Champions League and are unlikely to join the European competition anytime soon.
As for Wolves, the Wanderers only just earned promotion to the Premier League, and they have little to offer Tierney.
True, Wolves manager Nuno plays an attacking brand of football, but so do Celtic, and signing for Celtic would not be a move upward for the 21-year-old.
While Everton and Wolves will certainly be an opportunity to swell his purse, at this stage of his career, Tierney needs to play regularly and work with a manager like Brendan Rodgers. Who is patient with young players and allows them to develop at their own pace.
Moreover, if Tierney continues to progress and develop as he has done over the past three or more years, the Scotland international, who can also be used as a centre-back or as a right-back, will catch the interest of clubs bigger than the likes of Everton and Wolves.