Gunners have been scouting the youngster of late.
Premier League leaders Arsenal are interested in Legia Warszawa holding midfielder Dominik Furman, although the north London club may opt to move for the Pole at the end of this campaign rather than in the current January transfer window, according to reports in the Daily Mail.
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The Gunners have reportedly been keeping close tabs on Furman for some time now, with head coach Arsene Wenger thought to be weighing up making a move for the young Poland international either in the current winter transfer window now, or instead waiting until next summer to make his move for the player.
Furman is currently enjoying an impressive campaign for his club in the Ekstraklasa, with the 21-year-old having featured in 18 league outings for Legia to date, creating two goals for team-mates along the way.
Meanwhile in total so far this season for both club and country, the holding midfielder has managed to register one goal and three assists in his 37 matches in all competitions.
However, with a contract with Legia that currently runs until June 30 2017, the north Londoners know that whether it be in this month’s transfer window or at the end of the campaign, the Pole will not come cheap to buy.