Arsenal's Tierney to miss three months with dislocated shoulder

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Kieran Tierney is expected to miss three months of action due to a dislocated shoulder (AFP Photo/Adrian DENNIS)
Kieran Tierney is expected to miss three months of action due to a dislocated shoulder (AFP Photo/Adrian DENNIS)

London (AFP) - Arsenal left-back Kieran Tierney is facing up to three months out with a dislocated shoulder.

The Scotland international suffered the injury during the Gunners' 3-1 victory over West Ham on Monday.

"Kieran will undergo surgery next week and will rehabilitate for around three months," Arsenal said in a statement on Saturday.

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Tierney has suffered an injury ravaged start to his Arsenal career after a £25 million ($33 million) move from Celtic in August.

The 22-year-old did not make his debut until late September due to a hernia operation and has made just five Premier League appearances.

Tierney is now also a doubt for Scotland's Euro 2020 playoffs in March.

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