While Unai Emery is expected to bolster the current squad of Arsenal, the club is also bent of securing its future with the signing of some youngsters.
Arsenal may have already reached an agreement to complete their first January signing after emerging report claim Radoslaw Majecki will join the North London club in January.
Arsenal have had their scouts watching the rising star and they seem impressed with his heroics in-between the sticks for Legia Warsaw.
Kike Marin, who is a Journalist in Spain confirmed the report when he posted on Twitter: “confirmed: This is the goalkeeper who is going to sign the @Arsenal is called Radoslaw Majeck, is Polish, is 19 years old, measures 1.93 and plays in the @LegiaWarszawa #Arsenal.”
Arsenal’s interest in Majecki stems from the age of Petr Cech. The former Czech international turns 37 in May and his form at the start of the season has left so much to be desired. The Polish youngster is seen as a long term replacement for the Gunners legendary keeper.
According to the Evening Standard, the Gunner will send Majecki back on loan to Legia before deciding about his future in the summer.
Real Madrid keeper Keylor Navas is also on the radar of Arsenal. However, Bernd Leno is likely going to remain as first choice for the Gunners.