Exit Confirmed: Arsenal Star Personally CONFIRM He Wont Play For Gunners

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Arsenal youngster Krystian Bielik has confirmed he will be spending next season on loan, with a move to Norwich City on the cards.

The 19 year old was converted from midfield to defense by Wenger at the start of last season and he was sent on loan to Birmingham City in January to continue his development as a defender.

With the season well and truly over, Bielik is already preparing for the season ahead and he has revealed he won’t be be part of the team next term. The defender who was very impressive last season has revealed he is close to joining Norwich City this summer.

“I know the interest in me is heightened, but I’ve got used to it. Breaking into the Arsenal first team is not easy, especially at such a young age. After just a couple of months, it was going to be impossible to make a Premier League debut.

“The club brought me for the future. Everything seems to be going in the right direction. The loan at Birmingham was productive, next season I’ll go out on loan again so as to have the chance to play regularly.

“I’ve already talked to coach Wenger. After next season I’ll go back to Arsenal as a full member of the first team.

He added: I’ll probably play with Norwich on loan next season, talks are close to being completed. Certainly, I hope that after I go back to Arsenal on a permanent basis that I find myself in the first team and with a regular chance in the Premier League.

“When you change from youth or reserve team player to senior status, everything changes from a football point of view. You’re part of a small circle of the most important people at the club, it’s professionalism on a mega level.

“I hope everything goes my way. I’m sure it will, I know what I can do. Of course, there will be less games [if I’m in the first team] but the important thing is to stay consistently at a high level.”

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