Leicester City have agreed a fee of around £7.5-million with Cracovia for the transfer of Polish midfielder Bartosz Kapustka, according to reports.
The 19-year-old has seemingly confirmed the potential move by posting a picture on Facebook saying he is on his way to the Foxes, according to SkySports.
The Polish international impressed for his country during their Euro 2016 campaign and went on to win the man of the match award in his side’s opening match against Northern Ireland.
Kapustka revealed that Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri played a major role in convincing him to join the Premier League champions.
‘Yes, of all the offers tabled, Leicester wanted me the most,’ Kapustka said.
‘Ranieri’s interest was a big factor for me. He was asking about me, he wanted me to join the team. This convinced me, but there were many factors.’
Kapustka featured in a total of 35 appearances last season for Cracovia, scoring five goals and assisting a further 10 in all competitions.