Krystian Bielik is ready to quit Arsenal according to sources.

The 21-year-old defender who enjoyed a successful loan spell at Charlton last season is said to be disappointed with the lack of opportunities at The Emirates.

With Gunners boss Unai Emery targeting Saint-Etienne centre-back William Saliba, the Polish Under-21 international’s chances of breaking into the first team look slim.

Having impressed in both defence and midfield at The Valley, earning a Man Of The Match award in the League One Play-off final win in May, Bielik felt he had deserved his chance at Arsenal.

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Speaking prior to the Under-21 Euros where he scored two goals from defence, he was quoted as saying he would not return to Arsenal to play in the under-23 squad, alerting admirers to his situation.

There are already offers on the table from Germany, Italy, Holland, Belgium as well as England for the former Legia Warsaw man.

Charlton boss Lee Bowyer admitted he would love to take the player back to The Valley for their return season in the Championship, but financial restrictions could see them at the back of a long queue of admirers.

Bielik joined the Gunners in January 2015 but has only made two League Cup appearances for the North London side, serving the majority of his time on forgettable loans with Walsall and Birmingham before impressing with Charlton last season.