Arsenal goalkeeping prospect Hubert Graczyk is swapping England for Poland, joining up with the Poland u19s for a training camp at the end of this month.
18-year-old Arsenal goalkeeper Hubert Graczyk has previously represented England at u16, u17, and u18 levels. We wrote in March about his latest appearance for the England u18s, when he saved a penalty to secure a clean sheet against Wales.
It looks like it’s possible that may have been his last for the country. Graczyk has now been called up by the Poland u19s for their training camp from May 31st to June 3rd, as they begin preparation for their next Euro u19 campaign.
Arsenal’s Daniel Oyegoke (who was in the u18s with Graczyk in March) and Zane Monlouis were both called up to the England u19 squad for their own training camp over the last week.
Graczyk is obviously eligible for both countries, but as he gets older it looks like he’s intending to represent Poland.
The young goalkeeper signed his first professional contract with Arsenal earlier this year. Despite a couple of injury problems, he’s made 12 appearances for the u18s this season, as well as earning a debut for the u23s.