Tierney only left the Hoops to join Arsenal in a £25 million deal last summer but it's been an injury-hit first season in North London for the 22-year-old.
The Scotland international suffered a shoulder injury in December and was subsequently ruled out until March.
According to 90 Min, Rodgers, who won seven trophies for Celtic with Tierney as a first-team regular, wants him at The King Power Stadium this summer incase Ben Chilwell leaves.
And could Bukayo Saka be his long-term replacement at the Emirates if - and it's a big if - Arsenal do sell?
Saka has been operating as a makeshift left-back in recent months due to Tierney and Sead Kolasinac's absence - and he has done very well.
In fact, Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta said in January that he feels that the 18-year-old could have a long-term future in that role [Football London], by virtue of how well he adapted.
Nobody is saying that Saka is as good of a left-back as Tierney is right now, but he's still a teenager and there is undeniable potential there, evident by the fact he's been linked with a move to Liverpool [The Daily Mail].
Kolasinac is fit again and if Arteta plays Saka ahead of him for today's visit of Newcastle United then that'll speak volumes for how high the Spaniard rates him.
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