Brighton sign Polish striker Kacper Kozlowski

Brighton sign Polish striker Kacper Kozlowski

Brighton sign Polish striker Kacper Kozlowski

Brighton sign Polish striker Kacper Kozlowski

Brighton & Hove Albion have signed Poland midfielder Kacper Kozlowski

from Ekstraklasa side Pogon Szczecin on a four-and-a-half-year deal.

The 18-year-old joins the Premier League side for an undisclosed fee.

He will go straight out on loan to Belgian Pro League leaders Royale Union
St-Gilloise, a club owned by Seagulls chairman Tony Bloom.

Brighton technical director Dan Ashworth called Kozlowski a “bright young

talent”.

“The initial plan for him in the short-term will be for him to spend the rest

of the season out on loan with Union,” Ashworth said.

Kozlowski made his first-team debut for Pogon aged 15 in the 2018-19

season – and has since gone on to make 40 league appearances for the club,

scoring four goals.

In June he became the youngest-ever player to represent their country at

Euro 2020 when, at just 17, he came on as a substitute for Poland in their 1-1

draw with Spain.

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