Liverpool reportedly agree deal for teenage goalkeeper Kamil Grabara

Liverpool are seemingly on the verge of signing a 16-year-old stopper.

According to a report from Slask Sport, Liverpool have agreed a deal to sign 16-year-old goalkeeper Kamil Grabara from Polish side Ruch Chorzow.

The Poland under-17 international is yet to make a senior appearance for his club, which is unsurprising when you consider his age, but his talent has allegedly attracted the attention of Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.

The latest report suggests that three Premier League clubs have been keeping tabs on Grabara, with Manchester City and Manchester United both making their admiration known.

City reportedly made an offer for the player while United are said to have invited him to their training complex, but now it is being reported that Liverpool have won the race for Grabara’s signature and complete the deal later this week.

It is being reported that Liverpool recently met with representatives from Grabara's current club, as well as members of his family, and that a deal was thrashed out with the player flying to England in the coming days.

There is no suggestion of how much Liverpool will have to pay to seal the deal, but while it may not be the headline name Reds fans are hoping for Grabara could still have a big role to play in the club’s future if he does ultimately arrive.

Marko Grujic confirmed at the weekend - via his official Facebook page - that he was joining Liverpool this month so it seems Klopp could be in for a busy few weeks.

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