Arsenal have been able to make some fine transactions in the ongoing transfer window having signed two players; Gabriel Martinelli and William Saliba already while expecting the arrival of two others this week as well.
There are bound to be outgoing players this summer one of which could be the departure of the Poland international, Krystian Bielik.
The Gunners are said to be contemplating on whether or not to keep the Polish defensive midfielder or make some cash off his sales this summer.
According to the Sun UK, Bielik’s transfer fee has been fixed at £10 million. It also added that four major clubs in Championship have also sown interest in the Polish midfielder.
The clubs are; Brentford, West Brom, Middlesbrough, and Derby County.
According to The Sun, it is revealed that Bielik’s former club Legia Warsaw stand to receive approximately £3m if any interested club matches Arsenal’s valuation of £10m.
Bielik had an impressive performance with Charlton last season; he made 34 appearances and scored 4 goals.
It will be in the best interest of Arsenal to let Bielik leaves as it would be a means to getting more funds to boost their transfer war chest.