Poland midfielder Kacper Kozlowski warned about Liverpool move.
Kacper Kozlowski is a 17-year old midfielder has caught the eye of some of the biggest European clubs after breaking into the Polan first-team for the first time.
He started off the Polish season with three goals and two assists in nine appearances.
His compatriot Robert Lewandowski believes he’s a rare talent but knows he will struggle to break through abroad in a new club.
“Looking at how he moves, how he looks and behaves, he is definitely older than his passport indicates,” said Lewandowski, the Poland captain.
“(He’s) got talent. If he does everything wisely, a bright future awaits him.
“But if you don’t have double-digit goals and assists in the league, it will be difficult for you to break through abroad. Abroad, you cannot play phenomenally once in five matches. You have to show high quality from the very beginning.
“Because if you don’t show that, there are thousands of others ready to take your place. There is not much time to adapt.”