Serie A Giants Join Race For Polish Teenage Prodigy

Yet to turn 18, Polish teenage talent Kacper Kozlowski is already making waves, garnering the attention of some of the world’s biggest clubs in a bid to establish himself as one of Poland’s best exports.

According to reports from Calciomercato, a host of clubs are keeping close tabs on the class of 2003’s development, who recently became one of Poland national team’s youngest debutants at 17 years and 246 days. Demand for him is high, with top clubs from around Europe keen on luring him.

From Liverpool in England to Red Bull Salzburg in Austria, Kozlowski is bound to move somewhere in the next year or two. Germany clubs Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig and Bayer Leverkusen have been linked with his potential onboarding – the latter club he rejected last summer in order to continue collecting first team experience at Pogon Szczecin.

Juventus and Milan are the two Italian giants being linked as they see a mixture between the skills of Kevin De Bruyne and Paul Pogba in him, according to the reports.

He recently commented in an interview: “Why should I pretend? There are footballers who declare themselves humble and then they are not. They pretend. I don’t like to pretend. I’m not a humble person, it’s right that you know. I tell the older ones to pass me the ball if they don’t know what to do? It seems fair to me. I always know what to do.”

The Serie A giants could possibly make a move for the versatile midfielder whose contract with his current club expires in June 2023, two years down the lane. He is expected to sign his first adult contract soon, but where, remains to be seen.

He turns 18 on October 16.