Foxes' Polish trialist confident of making it
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Leicester City and Swansea are vying for the signature of Polish schoolboy goalkeeper Jakub Stolarczyk.
The 6ft 4in tall stopper has already been to the Foxes' training ground three times as the club run the rule over his prospects of making the grade.
Stolarczyk, who turns 16 in December, was called up to the Poland Under-17 squad last month and is highly regarded in Polish youth football.
He currently plays for Piast Checiny in the Polish A Klasa and, although not yet a professional, already has an agent.
He said: "I will work hard to fulfil my dreams. I would like, in the future, to play at the National Stadium. I believe that in the future I will be the best goalkeeper of the Polish national team."