The name Kacper Radkowski might mean nothing to Watford fans, but the Premier League club are well aware of the 18-year-old Poland U19 international.

Owned by Varsovia Warsaw, the versatile youngster is currently on loan with Zaglebie Sosnowiec, but is spending a chunk of the January transfer window undergoing trials around Europe.

The news comes from DH in Belgium, who report the defensive midfielder (according to Transfermarkt), who can also play in the centre of defence, will arrive at Standard Liège in Belgium on Sunday, where he will stay for a week.

Reported to be a promising player in his home country, Radkowski has apparently also caught the eye of a couple of other teams in Europe, with both Willem II in Holland and Watford named by the Belgian newspaper.

There’s no mention of whether or not the young player will be travelling to Vicarage Road for a trial in England, but the Premier League side are ‘following’ his progress.

We’ll now have to wait and see if Watford will make a move to bring him in permanently, or even on trial.