Arsenal have agreed on a transfer for Legia Warsaw defensive midifielder Krystian Bielik. At only 16 years of age, Bielik has been heralded as a young prodigy and is becoming a rising star on the pitch.
Bielik and his parents have recently traveled to London and inspected the training facilities and soccer pitch he will be playing on for the remainder of the season. The Gunners have even offered to help move the young player’s family over from Poland and to settle more comfortably in England after the move.
Bielik has said he is very pleased to join Arsenal and should be even more pleased as it has been reported Bielik’s meager £125 a week salary at Legia Warsaw will be raised to an impressive £2,000 a week once he arrives at the Emirates.
The young Polish defensive midfielder has received praise in his home country, recently appearing for the Legia Warsaw senior team, as well as appearing in matches for the Polish under-16 team.
Arsene Wenger sees Bielik as an integral piece to the club’s future and hope to mold him into a future influence to the Gunner’s success, much like they have done with players such as Alex Oxlaide-Chamberlain and Jack Wilshere.
The only question left is will Krystian Bielik make his move to North London in the January transfer window or during the summer transfer window?