Manchester United are monitoring the progress of Polish youngster Kacper Kozlowski ahead of a potential swoop to bring the youngster into the club’s academy ranks.
The 15-year-old, who is regarded as one of the highest-rated prospects in Polish football, has already made his senior debut for Polish top flight side Pogon Szczecin, being brought on twice by manager Kosta Runjaic to help find his side a goal late on.
According to Goal, United and other clubs from Italy, Germany and France – who are not named in the report – are keeping a close eye on Kozlowski ahead of a possible move to forge a switch across Europe for the youngster.
The source adds that United sent scouts to watch Kozlowski when playing for Poland’s Under-17s side against England earlier this year, with the 15-year-old scoring in the 2-2 draw.
Any move for Kozlowski, who recently extended his contract with Szczecin until 2022, would be subject to the agreement of a development plan that explains the pathway for the player for him to eventually get first-team minutes.
Meanwhile, United have also been linked with a move for Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic and former Red Devils attacker Dimitar Berbatov has explained why the Croatian would be a perfect fit at Old Trafford.
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