If reports are to be believed, Liverpool is most likely to sign the contract with the young Polish shot-stopper Jakub Ojrzynski.
While Football Insider states that, the Reds have agreed to personal terms with the 16-year-old goalkeeper, who must make his move to Anfield imminently.
Merseysiders got stiff competition from Manchester United, Juventus and Valencia to clinch the transfer of the teenage goalie. The Red’s are closing in on a deal worth £200,000 for the youngster.
However, it may not be possible for Ojrzynski to compete for a place in the first team, but he can make a push to earn a place in the club’s youth teams.
In the last season, he has made 11 appearances for Legia Warsaw’s youth team and conceding 18 goals and keeping only three clean sheets.
As far as Ojrzynski’s international career is concerned, the teenager has two appearances for the Polish U-16 team.
And how well Ojrzynski performs at Liverpool, it has to be seen, but with the top European teams showing their interest in him indicates that the boy has got serious talent.
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