Krystian Bielik’s proposed loan move to Eintracht Frankfurt has reportedly broken down.

Last night, Polish journalist Tomasz Cwiakala reported that Arsenal’s young centre back Krystian Bielik was due to join Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt on a two year loan deal.

The move was greeted positively, as Bielik would be able to gain first team experience in a top league, while Arsenal would have the option to bring him back in any transfer window during the two-year period.

However, it seems the move has broken down due to disagreements over the contract.

The tweet says [via Google translate], “Unfortunately. Bielik’s loan at the last minute spilled despite the visit of Eintracht authorities in London. They cut themselves in some details.”

Bielik had a successful loan spell at Birmingham last season, and will want to be playing regular first team football this season.

Although he featured for Arsenal during pre-season, he won’t have many firs team opportunities when all of Arsenal’s centre backs are fit and available.

It’s possible that whatever dispute Bielik and Frankfurt are having over the contract will be resolved.

If not, Hoffenheim, who are also believed to be interested, could have another chance to sign him.