Fulham boss Roy Hodgson is reportedly lining up a bid Legia Warsaw's highly-rated Poland Under-21 international, Ariel Borysiuk, in the January transfer window.
Hodgson is keen to bolster his threadbare squad in the New Year and is set to launch a bid for the 18-year-old midfielder having monitored his developent at the Polish Army Stadium over the past two years.
The Daily Mirror claims the Cottagers are lining up a £2million bid for Borysiuk, who has won five Under-21 caps and is the second-youngest player ever to score in the Polish first division.
Borysiuk is not the first Polish player to be linked with a move to Craven Cottage recently, with Poland's Footballer of the Year, Pawel Brozek, also understood to have caught Hodgson's eye over the past 12 months.
The 27-year-old, who plays for champions Wisla Krakow and has been top scorer in his homeland for the past two seasons, was reported to have been the subject of a failed £2.5million bid in the summer.
But the West London club have continued to keep a close eye on him and could renew their attempts to lure him to England, alongside Borysiuk whenthe transfer window opens in January.