AC Milan are reportedly interested in signing Arsenal midfielder Krystian Bielik, who is still struggling to make into the first team.
The Polish under-21 international spent his last season at a loan spell at Charlton Athletic, where he earned the Man of the Match award in the play-off final against Sunderland.
According to reports from Evening Standard, the 21-year old is not in Unai Emery’s plans for the upcoming season, as the Gunners’s boss is still eager to let the player out on another loan spell.
The Gunners U-23 defensive midfielder, however, has made clear about his intentions.
“My future is unknown but there is one thing I can say for sure: I will definitely not go back to Arsenal Under-23 team.”
“At this stage it wouldn’t make sense. If I do not receive the possibility to join the first team permanently, I will have to look for other solutions.”
“I feel like a senior player now so I want to play senior football.”
Bielik still has two years left on his contract at the Emirates Stadium, but the club hierarchy would likely want to retain their starlet with a new contract.
Although, the Rosonneri can come up with a mouthwatering deal for the player, which will make the move to San Siro difficult to turn down.