Man United has allegedly invited two Polish youngsters for a trial period at Old Trafford.
With manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer focusing on improving his squad ahead of the next season, it appears work is in progress regarding the development of their academy squads.
According to Korona Kielce, 16-year-old Radoslaw Sewerys is due to spend time with the Premier League giants during the second week of March, and although the young player is yet to make his first-team debut for the top-flight side, the teenager has featured in matchday squads.
Akademia Chorzow defender Mateusz Lipp is also on his way to the North-West side on a temporary basis.
Like his compatriot, Lipp is a Poland Under-16 international, and the prospect is expected to feature in a youth team game against Cheltenham Town in the coming weeks.
Man United is currently fifth in the Premier League standings, and the Red Devils will host Club Brugge in their next fixture in the Europa League.