At the start of May we brought you the news that Wisla Krakow goalkeeper Kacper Chorazka would be coming over to Manchester United for a trial.
Now, Chorazka is currently in Carrington and has already enjoyed the first day of his trial alongside Man United’s U18s.
No i Kacper pozdrawia z Anglii. 🙂 pic.twitter.com/6xyE1Jgr2E
— Wiślacka Szkoła Futbolu (@wislackaszkola) May 12, 2016
With George Dorrington set to leave United, having already had a trial with Huddersfield Town, there will be space for a new goalkeeper to join the ranks as part of Nicky Butt’s academy shake-up.
Chorazka’s father admitted it was impossible to turn down United and the 17-year-old will certainly be enjoying himself given how much better the facilities and training will be than his current club Wisla Krakow.
In 2013 we did sign a young Serbian goalkeeper called Vanja Milinkovic from FK Vojvodina but his protracted move to Manchester never materialised and he was released without ever setting foot at the club as a United player. So, recent history shows us there can be complications when signing youngsters even when it is over the finish line and they’ve signed.
Chorazka is the second youngster in the last few weeks to come over for a trial after young South African born defender Keith Groeneveld enjoyed one as well, so our academy is certainly keeping busy.