Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund are reportedly weighing up a bid for Cracovia Krakow midfielder Bartosz Kapustka, according to Bild.
The Millionaires appear to have recognized the player’s potential and they have plans to lure him to Signal-Iduna Park.
Kapustka has another two and a half years left on his deal with Cracovia and it is believed he would be available for €4m-5m.
Despite his fragile age, the 18-year-old already has a decent first team experience, having made 38 league appearances and scored 4 goals.
Kapustka, who had started training with Cracovia senior squad when he was 15, has been making giant strides of late, and he has now scored 2 goals in 3 outings for the Poland national team, which is enough to suggest he could even make the country’s squad for the Euro 2016.
His suitors Borussia Dortmund will be eager to wrap up the deal ahead of next summer so as not to risk seeing his price increase after the tournament finals.