Brighton has confirmed the signing of youngster Kacper Kozlowski from Pogon Szczecin. Kozlowski is a Polish international who has been on the radar of a number of Premier League clubs. He will head out on loan to Union St-Gilloise who are top of the Belgian Pro League. Union is currently owned by Brighton chair Tony Bloom. He made his first senior appearance at the age of 15 and has gone on to make 40 league appearances while scoring four goals in the process.

“He is a bright young talent and we’re very pleased to have completed the signing of Kacper, who has made a lot of progress in his career at a very early stage.” Brighton technical director Dan Ashworth said about Kacper Kozlowski. “The initial plan for Kacper in the short-term will be for him to spend the rest of the season out on loan with Union. David Weir and his team will monitor his progress there.”

“His style of play suits us and our style. During my time here, we have done very well in recruiting players for the future and Kacper is a similar signing.” Brighton boss Graham Potter said. “He will initially head out on loan, as it is important for him to continue his development, and he is keen to continue playing regularly. We will be watching with interest, as he is a very exciting young talent and a player I am really looking forward to working with in the future.”

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