KRYSTIAN BIELIK is desperate to leave Arsenal after being told his contract will not be extended, according to reports in Poland.
SunSport exclusively revealed last month a number of clubs across Europe were interested in signing the versatile centre-back.
Przeglad Sportowy claim that Bielik, 21, will not be given a chance to play for Arsenal's first team next season – even though Laurent Koscielny has gone on strike.
Despite hints he was not in Unai Emery's plans, the Pole was hoping that – after he shone at the U21 Euros in Italy lost month – his situation would change.
But, following the tournament, his agent was told the defender's contract, which expires in 2021, will not be extended.
Arsenal chiefs made it clear Bielik does not fit into Emery's philosophy.
And the Gunners have reportedly signalled that youngsters brought in by Arsene Wenger "will rather be pushed out of the club".
Therefore, Bielik, who is training on his own at the moment, is looking for a permanent move away from the Emirates.
AC Milan were understood to be in talks with his camp – although the move has reportedly fallen through.
In addition, Arsenal are hoping to make a profit on his transfer.
The Pole joined the Gunners in a £2.2million deal from Legia Warsaw in 2015.
He starred for Charlton last season, scoring a crucial goal in the play-offs semi-final against Doncaster.
Despite offers from Italy, Belgium or Holland, Bielik is most likely to play in the Championship next season.
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