Kapustka was undoubtedly one of the young stars of the 2016 European Championships after putting in a number of eye catching performances for the Poland national team, and it has been no surprise whatsoever in seeing the 19-year-old attract the interest from a number of clubs this summer.
Recently, reports had claimed that the likes of Leicester City, Everton and Southampton were all interested in signing Kapustka and the Foxes were said to have placed a bid of around £7.4 million for the winger after having an initial bid of around £6.25 million rejected (Daily Mail).
Now according to reports from Przeglad Sportowy, it has been revealed that Leicester have beaten off competition from Everton and the Saints in the race to sign Kapustka as their recent offer has been accepted by Cracovia.
Contrary to the numbers from the Daily Mail, Przeglad Sportowy claim that Leicester’s bid of around £5.5 million has been accepted for Kapustka and now the player’s agent, Bartlomiej Bolek, will be discussing personal terms with the Foxes.
Kapustka is one of the most talented young players in Europe at the moment and he could well prove to be an inspired signing for the Premier League champions.