Arsene Wenger says a fee for the teenager has been agreed and a medical will take place later today
Krystian Bielik is seemingly on his way to the Emirates after Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger confirmed that a fee with Legia Warsaw has been agreed and the youngster will have a medical later today, reports CaughtOffside.
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The Polish Ekstraklasa club announced on Thursday that the 17 year old was on his way to London ahead of an imminent move to Arsenal.
Ahead of the proposed transfer the defensive midfielder has described the move as a dream come true:
“I’m going to London to fulfill my dreams. I hope I will become an Arsenal player soon,” Bielik told Legia’s official website.
The deal is a reported £2.5m and could rise to £3.5m with add-ons.