Arsenal set sights on Legia Warsaw midfielder

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Arsenal are considering a summer move for highly-rated Legia Warsaw starlet Dominik Furman, reports the Daily Mail.

The 21-year-old is a central midfielder, who predominantly plays in a holding role, and has made 24 appearances for Henning Berg's side this season, helping them to the top of the Ekstraklasa.

Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has been credited with an interest in bringing the player to the Emiraes Stadium, but is likely to wait until the summer before making an official bid.

Furman is twice capped at full international level by Poland, and is tipped for a big future in the game, having been linked with a high profile move to the Premier League.

Whether or not Arsenal actually bid for the midfielder remains to be seen, given Wenger's current wealth of options in that area of the pitch.

However, expect to see Furman at a major European club in the not too distant future, after turning in a series of impressive performances in his homeland in 2013/14.

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