Liverpool F.C. management are thrilled with the signing of Fabian Mzorek, new Polish goalkeeper.
The Liverpool Echo says Mzorek joined FC Wroclaw in July on a youth scholarship deal. He was formally selected in his homeland three years ago as a 13-year-old when he impressed the talent spotters.
The club continued to follow Mzorek ‘s progress after discussions behind; until a trial with the Reds at the Academy was enough to persuade the club to make the move permanent. He turned 16, which has now happened, Mrozek finalized his transfer. So the contract – about nine months in the making – has now passed. Mrozek is the third Polish goalkeeper on the Liverpool books, joining the club with Kamil Grabara and Jakub Ojrzynski as the Reds continue to search for promising goalkeepers in Poland.
Mzorek will look to contest this term at the U23 and U18 stages.
Back in September, it was first announced that an agreement was already in place-but the move seems to have finally been completed.
Swiss Sports Management Football agency director Jakub Schlage that the Reds have made a new signing took to Twitter to announce that the Reds have made a new signing – Polish youth Fabian Mrozek.
The Express also reported that the first team ‘soon’ is expected to start training.
Schlage states that a permanent move to Anfield has been agreed by the youngster and will join their youth setup this summer after eventually moving to Merseyside.
Liverpool presumes that Mrozek leads an outstanding line of Polish stoppers with Lukasz Fabianski, Wojciech Szczesny and Artur Boruc all having success in Britain.