The Polish teenager is all set to join Arsenal on a three-year-deal.
Arsenal may be being linked with plenty of big names at the moment but that does not mean that Arsene Wenger has taken his finger off the pulse in regards to bringing in young talent.
This week the defensive midfielder, who is contracted to Legia until 2017, has been linked with a potential moce to Arsenal in the winter.
Now it is reported by Polish source Przeglad Sportowy that the deal is as good as done.
The report claims that Arsenal have made a €2 million offer for the teenager and that his parents have given him their blessing to make a move to London if a deal can be forged between the two clubs in the coming weeks.
Arsenal are prepared to offer him a three year deal at the club, knowing that he will either be a first-team hopeful by the end of that tenure or a risk that did not pay off.
The midfielder, who has played for the Polish under-16 team, will reportedly head over to London on Boxing Day to watch Arsenal take on QPR at The Emirates Stadium, when he will discuss the specifics of a deal with Arsenal.
Ii could be a very Merry Christmas and an even happier New Year for Bielik if that meeting goes off without a hitch.