MANCHESTER UNITED look to have beaten Rangers to highly promising Polish goalkeeper Kacper Chorazka.
The 17-year-old Wisla Krakow stopper had a trial at Ibrox earlier this season and the Scottish club were impressed with what they saw.
But United have now invited the teenager over later this month.
Chorazka’s father told the Sun: “Kacper went to Rangers on trial and I know their goalkeeping coach Jim Stewart liked him.
“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.
“If the clubs reach an agreement then great, but the priority is to develop him as a keeper.”
Last year, United terminated 18-year-old Serbian keeper Vania Milinkovic-Savic’s contract just 18 months after he signed for the club.
Milinkovic-Savic was living in Belgrade without a permanent club and, to maintain his fitness, was forced to train with clubs for short periods of time.
However, he had not qualified for a work permit since he was a non-EU player.