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Arsene Wenger is close to bringing Polish teenager Krystian Bielik to north London Getty

Arsenal are closing in on Legia Warsaw starlet Krystian Bielik after his agent confirmed an agreement is likely to be met in the coming days.

The 17-year-old has made little secret of his desire to join Arsene Wenger's side but the Gunners are yet to meet the player's valuation of £2.5m.

Arsenal have already reportedly seen an offer of £1.6m rejected by Legia but his agent, Cezary Kucharski, believes an agreement will soon be met.

"We are speaking and hopefully we will find a solution," Kucharski told Guardian sport.

Bielik, who has already made seven appearances for the club this season, despite turning 17 a few days ago, spent time at Arsenal's London Colney training ground in November and is desperate to make a permanent move to north London.

In a recent interview with Legia Sport, the Polish teenager revealed Wenger plans to place him in the under-21 side with the view of moving straight into the first time should he impress.

Bielik said: "He said clearly that I could move to the Under-21s if I want to but, at the same time, he pointed out that he believes in me. I'll be training with the first team and get a chance to play, if I adapt myself.

"I believe him, because I know that is not afraid to try with the young."

Bielik also spoke confidently of a deal being concluded before the transfer window closes.

He said: "I heard that Legia has rejected Arsenal but apparently the first offer is always discarded. I look forward to what will happen.

"I'm not packed yet, but already looking around for [a] larger suitcase, because as I go, you probably will not return soon.

"I hope that Legia speak with Arsenal and I go to London to fight for a place in the first team and to fulfil my dreams."