Liverpool allowed Poland U21 international Kamil Grabara to go on loan to Huddersfield Town in the summer transfer window.

In the same window, the Reds also signed his compatriot Jakub Ojrzynski for their academy and it looks like the Merseyside club are set to sign another Polish keeper.

According to Polish outlet Sportowe Fakty, FC Wrocław’s young keeper Fabian Mrozek is expected to complete a move to Anfield next year. The same information has also been relayed by SMS Junior Wrocław’s Facebook page on Thursday.

It’s claimed the 15-year-old had a trial with the Champions League winners during which he ‘convinced’ Liverpool coaches. They are impressed with the youngster’s development and believe he can be an ideal player for their academy.

The FIFA rules don’t allow him to move to England until he turns 16 and Sporowe Fakty claims the formalities are expected to be completed then.

The post on the social networking site explains Liverpool officials will travel to Poland on Monday and the reason behind the trip is Mrozek’s transfer to England next year.

Wrocław’s U18 goalkeeping coach Miłosz Gładoch identified Mrozek and on the latter’s future transfer to Liverpool, Gładoch said: “The English [Liverpool] are delighted with Fabian’s talent and see him at their academy.

“At the same time, they want him to continue his development at SMS Junior Wrocław. Hence their arrival and meeting with the academy’s management, authorities and trainers.

“Liverpool take every transfer very seriously and want to know everything about Fabian. They will also visit Fabian’s family home and meet his parents.”