Wednesday , March 29 2023

Will Kamil Glik leave the drowned ship and return to Turin?


The Italian media reported that Turin has no intention of acting and wants to bring a full-time captain (Glitch, who played in Torino in 2011-2016) this winter. According to the website, Kamil Glik has prioritized the transfer list of the Torino club. The former club of Poland defender has a high place in the league and is worth having an opportunity to advance to the European Cup. The same is true of Monaco. The French runners-up did not win 19 games and took second place in the league table.

There can be one problem. It's about the money Turin will pay Monaco. Glik is worth about 15 million euros, and Italian clubs can not afford to pay big. Turin authorities also have reserve options. It would be much cheaper to bring Francesco Vicari from Spag's Cagliari or Fabio Pisacane. Paul has been representing the color of Monaco since June 2016 and his contract expires in June 2018.

Polish national players who play in Ekstraklasa can also change clubs. The closest player in Brazil is Sebastian Szymański, a soccer player for the youth team. Legia Warsaw midfielder has already signed a deal with CSKA Moscow before the start of the season. However, at the last minute, the exit was poured out. Currently, this proposal came from Italy, especially from Napoli. Apparently Sam Carlo Ancelotti asked Piotr Zieliński what he thought of a talented 19-year-old boy. Price also gives an impression. The Italian press mentioned that the situation in Poland is between 80 million and 10 million euros, a soccer cosmos. So far, the most expensive variant of Ekstraklasa was Jan Bednarek. Southampton paid Lech Poznan 6 million euros.

Jagiellonia Białystok may also lose the leader in the second line. Taras Romanczuk is a place of Turkish and English clubs. The 26-year-old is in the summer negotiating with brands such as Turkey's Akhisar Belediyespor and Hungarian champion MOL Vidi. But according to British media, two teams from the championship showed interest in Poland.

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