Prominent Poland starlet Milosz Kozak is believed to be close to joining Liverpool having attracted the praise of Reds' scout Mel Johnson, who spoke highly of the player in Polish newspaper Fakt.
"Milosz is one of the most talented players which we observe in Poland," he told the newspaper.
"If we make a deal with the club, Milosz receives a chance to develop and perhaps even play in the Premier League. We associate great hopes with this player,” Johnson added.
The 16-year-old midfielder is described as a versatile left winger that can play on the right too.
He scored against Macedonia in a recent qualifier with the U17 Poland side and had featured for both the U17s and U15s previously.
Since Liverpool were bought by Fenway Spots Group three years ago, the Americans have vowed to impose a policy similar to that of Arsenal's by seeking the best of youth football to add to the team sheet.
The club's academy has been through a recent shake-up when both academy director Frank McParland and technical director Rodolfo Borell were sacked in November.
The Reds academy's produced some of the finest talent in Britain nurturing the likes of Conor Coady, who captained England's U17 outfit as well as Raheem Sterling, Jonjo Shelvey and Jon Flanagan.
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