Earlier on Wednesday, we covered the latest from Italy regarding AC Milan and their interest in Arsenal’s Jakub Kiwior for a potential January deal.

The defender isn’t playing a lot with the Gunners under Mikel Arteta despite signing for €25m last January, and a few Italian teams are eyeing up a loan.

However, if Polish journalist Maciej Siemiatkowski is to be believed, there is a strong chance the player will remain at Arsenal in the next transfer window, as he explained to TV Play.

Asked about a few Poland internationals and what their future could hold, he eventually started talking about the young centre-back.

He said: “I think Kiwior will stay at Arsenal. His valuation is around €25m, but I think he can be sold for €15-20m. He is currently at a big English club, so you have to understand his intentions as well.

“Honestly, it seems strange to me that he could leave Arsenal in the next transfer windows because he has been there for a year and he is continuing his process of adaptation and grown in English football.”

The 23-year-old has only made six appearances in the Premier League this season for Arsenal, starting three of those against Fulham, Sheffield United and Luton Town.

He has also been of use to Arteta in the Champions League, always used as a substitute, getting 45 minutes of action against RC Lens after the Gunners put up a very strong lead in the first half.