A new report has confirmed that Arsenal 21-year-old centre-back, Krystian Bielik has completed a transfer move to Derby County.
The Rams made the official announcement earlier on Friday. The report discloses that Derby County paid £7.5 million as transfer fee to Arsenal for the Polish defender.
Derby County in their announcement added that Bielik signed a five-year permanent deal at Pride Park. He is expected to get first team chances under the new management of Phillip Cocu, who took over at Derby following the departure of Frank Lampard to Chelsea.
Prior to moving to the Championship club, the Polish defender had plied his trade on loan with Charlton in 2018/19 where he helped the Addicks get promoted to the Championship.
He also put up an impressive performance during the European U21 Championship this summer.
With Bielik now out of Emirates Stadium, we believe Arsenal will have enough funds to signed Kieran Tierney from Celtic as a replacement for Koscielny and Mustafi who are bent on leaving this summer.
It is believed Arsenal will complete the transfer deal for Tierney before the close of the summer transfer window on August 8th.
In another report, Arsenal will go head to head against Spanish giant, Barcelona on Sunday before they face Newcastle FC in their first opening match in the Premier League for the 2019/20 season.