Celtic boss Neil Lennon remains coy on the future of Kieran Tierney amid mounting transfer speculation.

Tierney has been the subject of serious interest from Arsenal and Napoli in recent weeks.

Interest strengthened further after the Hoops brought in left-back Boli Bolingoli-Mbombo from Rapid Vienna.

But Lennon refused to be drawn on the subject of KT, explaining how he hasn't spoken with the defender since he left Celtic's training camp to rehab injuries in Glasgow.

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He said: "I have taken no notice of the headlines.

"I am well aware of where we are in terms of the situation.

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"I spoke to Kieran in Austria and to be honest I haven’t really seen much of him because he came back early for rehab, so has not been on the training ground as yet.

"It can be an unsettling period for any player and that is understandable but until a club comes up with any sort of realistic valuation of the player we don’t have to do anything and we won’t.

"It’s as you were. Kieran is getting on with his rehabilitation and we are getting on with what we have to do here."