Manchester United are thought to have confirmed the capture of a young Polish goalkeeper who is tipped for big things in Europe’s top league. Polish wonderkid, Kacper Chorazka, was being watched by a host of clubs including Rangers and Liverpool, but the youngster has revealed his preference as being Manchester United.
United are known to bring through a lot of young players these days, with several of the youth team getting opportunities in the first tea, most notably Marcus Rashford who seized his chance this year and might now even get a call-up to the England team before long. This may have been a factor in the player opting to sign for United over Liverpool.
Kacper Chorazka almost signed for Rangers last season, after impressing during trials, but the deal was never agreed. The Championship winners were impressed with the stopper but a deal could not be reached.
Manchester United have invited the youngster to the North of England later this month to undergo a trial, but the scouts in Poland are said to have given the keeper good reviews.
Artur Chorazka, the keeper’s father, told reporters:
“Kacper went to Rangers on trial and I know their goalkeeping coach Jim Stewart liked him. 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.”