Arsenal confident of completing purchase of Legia Warsaw's midfield prodigy after going back to Polish club with increased third bid.

Arsenal  were hopeful on Tuesday of finally reaching agreement with Legia Warsaw on the signing of 17-year-old midfield prodigy Krystian Bielik.

After having bids of around £1.5million and £2million rejected, they have returned with a further offer and talks are centring on a deal worth around €3million (£2.4million).
Bielik only turned 17 in January but has already broken into the Legia Warsaw first team after being bought from Lech Poznan for £9,500 last year on a contract until 2017.
He is regarded as one of the most promising young central midfielders in Europe and, at 6ft 2ins, is already a strong physical presence.
He spent some time at Arsenal’s London Colney training base in December and is expected to develop as a specialist in the holding midfield position. He can also play at centre-back