Polish prospect Kacper Chorazka's father confirms Rangers interest but insists Manchester United would be impossible to turn down ahead of trial

The 17-year-old is being chased by several of Europe's biggest clubs, according to reports.

Kacper Chorazka's father has confirmed that the Polish goalkeeper has recently been on trial with Rangers, but admitted ahead of his trial with Manchester United that a move to the Premier League side would be impossible to turn down, The Sun reports.

The Scottish Championship side had a look at the highly-rated 17-year-old - who currently plays for Wisla Krakow - earlier in the season, The Sun claims. 

But ahead of his trial with the Red Devils, Artur Chorazka explained that Mark Warburton's men are not the only other interested party, but while there may be several high-profile teams chasing his signature, the youngster's father confirmed that the decision could ultimately be a simple one.

"Kacper went to Rangers on trial and I know their goalkeeping coach Jim Stewart liked him," he told The Sun.

"Spurs, Liverpool and clubs in Italy and Germany were interested too.

"But when you get an offer from a club like Manchester United, you cannot say no."

While the starlet is unlikely to be featuring in the first-team for any of the sides that are reportedly keen anytime soon, he will know that it is important for the sake of his development that he makes the right switch.

Though it is arguably more difficult for an untested goalkeeper to get an opportunity than a player in any other position on the pitch - due to the fact that obviously, only one is selected for each game and a goalkeeper's mistakes often have much larger implications than a mishap in any other area of the field - Chorazka may be looking at which club offers the best pathway to their first-team, as well as which side can help him realise his incredible potential.

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