Highly-rated Polish defender Lukasz Bejger is flying to England, reportedly set to complete a move to Manchester United.

Bejger – who had a trial last season at Carrington – posted on his Instagram page that he was due to fly, and it seems that reports from March, which suggested he had chosen to sign for United over City, are now confirmed.

Berger is the captain at his age group for the national side and currently plays for Poznan; at 6’2, the 16 year old is already well physically developed, and although he is primarily a centre-half, he has played at right back.

Terms for the transfer were reportedly agreed back in January and it seems as if the youngster will now join up with United’s U18 team for the new season; he will hope to be the first outfield player from Poland to play for the United first team.