Polonia Warsaw goalkeeper Tomasz Kucz has been offered a trial by Manchester United having impressed the club’s scouts.
The 15-year-old is an U16s international for Poland and already trains with their first-team, so is well ahead of where he should be already at that age.
The Daily Mail reports that Kucz has undergone trials at the likes of Liverpool, Rangers and Bayer Leverkusen already having gained interest from plenty of clubs around Europe.
As Kucz doesn’t turn 16 until the summer, he would not be able to sign terms with Man United until then but he’ll be just as keen to impress during his visit to Carrington.
Since Louis van Gaal arrived in the summer, United have been busy when it comes to signing youngsters. Timothy Fosu-Mensah joined from Ajax, Vanja Milinkovic was signed and immediately loaned back out to FC Vojvodina, Canadian midfielder Josh Doughty is due to officially join the club soon and Indy Boonen will arrive in the summer.