Charlton’s loan star Krystian Bielik would leave Arsenal if no guarantees of first team football were made.

The 21-year-old who’s currently on Under-21 duty with Poland gave a frank assessment of his future.

Having enjoyed a hugely successful 12-month spell at The Valley last season, culminating in a Man Of The Match performance in the League One Play-Off Final win, the classy midfielder believes he deserves more opportunities with his parent club.

"My future is unknown but there is one thing I can say for sure: I will definitely not go back to Arsenal U23 team,” he told local media sources in Italy, where the tournament is being hosted.

“At this stage it wouldn’t make sense.

“If I do not receive the possibility to join the first team permanently, I will have to look for other solutions.

“I feel like a senior player now so I want to play senior football.

“This is, however, not the right moment to discuss these issues as I want to be 100% focused on the European Championships.”

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Charlton manager Lee Bowyer is a huge fan of Bielik and would be interested in re-signing the man who made 34 appearances in the Addick’s promotion campaign.

The Addick’s financial restrictions however could hinder Bowyer’s plans of re-signing the player with a host of Championship clubs impressed by the former Legia Warsaw man.


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