In search of quality players to boost their campaign, Leicester City assigned their scouts to monitor Poland versus England World Cup Qualifier on Wednesday.
The Foxes are said to be scouting Adam Buksa, the exciting Polish striker, per journalist Ryan Hubbard.
He claimed on TVP Sport – via Leicester Mercury – that Buksa, who plays for New England Revolution in the MLS in America, could be in line for a move to Leicester in January or next summer.
The hot-shot striker has four goals in three appearances for Poland, after netting against Albania and San Marino.
Poland did secure a 1-1 draw against England in the game, but Buksa did not get on the scoresheet.
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