Manchester United are close to agreeing a deal to sign young goalkeeper Kacper Chorazka, according to the Manchester Evening News.
Chorazka, 17, had a trial at Rangers earlier this season, while Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool are said to be interested in the Pole.
But Man United have stolen a march on their rivals and the player’s father, Artur, believes a deal is close to being agreed.
“Kacper went to Rangers on trial and I know their goalkeeping coach Jim Stewart liked him,” Chorazka Snr said.
“Spurs, Liverpool and clubs in Italy and Germany were interested too. But when you get an offer from a club like Manchester United, you cannot say no. If the clubs reach an agreement then great, but the priority is to develop him as a keeper.”
United have made an effort to boost their youth ranks in recent months, with the likes of Indy Boonen and Matthew Olosunde joining the club.
This season has shown that youngsters will be given opportunities in the first team if they apply themselves in the right way and it has created a positive outlook at Old Trafford. Players such as Timothy Fosu-Mensah, Marcus Rashford and Cameron Borthwick-Jackson all look to have bright futures ahead of them after breaking through into the first team this term. Chorazka must be aware of this and he is choosing a solid club to come to if he does agree a deal.