Man Utd In Pole Position Ahead Of Liverpool & Spurs To Sign Kacper Chorazka

By on May 5, 2016

The opening of the summer transfer window is fast approaching so we’ll bring you all the latest transfer rumours and gossip from around the globe. Today, Man Utd beat Liverpool and Tottenham to the signing of Kacper Chorazka…

The father of Wisla Krakow goalkeeper Kacper Chorazka has confirmed that Manchester United are in pole position to sign the talent youngster ahead of Liverpool and Spurs, according to the Mirror.

Chorazka has come through the youth system at Krakow and while he’s yet to make his debut for the first team, the teenager has been putting in some impressive performances for the Under-19’s.

The 17-year-old’s potential has caught the eye of several clubs throughout Europe and he underwent a successful trial at Scottish giants Glasgow Rangers earlier this month while clubs in Italy and Germany have also been sniffing around.

However, Chorazka also has plenty of interest coming from the Premier League and his father, Artur, has now confirmed that while Liverpool and Tottenham are among the clubs showing a keen interest, a move to Man Utd is the goalkeepers preferred option.

Artur Chorazka is quoted as saying by the Mirror:

“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.”

This news comes amid rumours that Chorazka has been offered a week long trial with the United Under-18’s side later this month so it appears the Red Devils are keen to see him up close before finalising a deal to take him permanently to Old Trafford.

Head of academy development Nicky Butt is on the look out for a new goalkeeper as George Dorrington is set to leave the club this summer and it looks as though Chorazka is the man they’ve identified as a potential replacement.


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