Latest report coming from Old Trafford had it that Manchester United have signed Legia Warsaw’s director of scouting Radoslaw Kucharsk to bolster their scouting network across Eastern Europe.
Kucharsk, who has worked with Legia Warsaw for a decade, has now made the move to join Mourinho’s coaching staff and his appointment is the latest in a string of new arrivals in the Old Trafford club scouting network.
While speaking about his time at Legia on their official website, Kucharsk thanked the club for the opportunity and attested that the time he spent at Legia Warsaw was a great time.
“But the time has come to take a step forward. I am grateful to all of whom I have worked with during this time, especially the president Bogusław Leśnodorski, so that I could scout at Legia.” he said.
He will now join up with Manchester United on 1 February and even revealed conversations to join actually began in the summer. He added that It is a great honour that Manchester United were interested in him.
In what has been a widespread set of changes to Man United’s scouting network by new manager Jose Mourinho, Radoslaw is the latest appointment made. As did Sir Alex Ferguson when he joined, Jose Mourinho too is trying to refresh and breath new life into their network as a whole.