Premier League champions Leicester City have completed the signing of Poland winger Bartosz Kapustka on a five-year contract.
Claudio Ranieri’s side have reportedly paid Kapustka’s former club Cracovia £7.5million to secure the signing, pending international clearance along with approval from the Football Association and Premier League.
Kapustka made four appearances at Euro 2016 as Poland made the quarter-finals and has been handed the number 14 shirt at the King Power Stadium, previously worn by N’Golo Kante before his £32m move to Chelsea.
Leicester have now made five signings ahead of the 2016-17 season, with Luis Hernandez, Nampalys Mendy, Ahmed Musa and Rob-Robert Zieler their other new faces.
The Foxes begin the defence of their Premier League title away at newly promoted Hull City on August 13, but first they face Manchester United in Sunday’s Community Shield.