Marek Saganowski is set to leave Aalborg in the winter window after recent spurs with new coach Allan Kuhn. “Basically, I have already made my farewell from Aalborg public. After scoring against FC Copenhagen, I can say that was my last match at the Energi Arena” which Saganowski wrote on his official web page. With the window soon to open, the Polish international is set to leave Denmark.
Saganowski will change clubs in the winter, that is already for sure, but who is to be his new club is not yet confirmed. At the very beginning, the Pole planned to stay in Denmark for the whole year, but after getting in a recent argument with Aalborg boss, Allan Kuhn, both parties expect Saganowski to leave as soon as possible. It seems a return to the English Coca-Cola Championship maybe in oder, but not back with Southampton, who he was loaned from. The Polish international isn’t hiding the fact that there is a growing controversy with him and the coach, who he himself admitted on his own website. “My latest goal gave me closure, and it showed the coach that I am worth playing. After our recent controversial talks with each other before the match against Celtic, I can now calmly see eye to eye with him, but I’m not sure if hes on the same page as me.” wrote Saganowski on his personal site marek.saganowski.com.pl.
Saganowski has one more game with Aalborg before he leaves, and that’s the one against Manchester United. Against Celtic FC in the Champions League, Kuhn had chosen not to start Saganowski, and likely will do the same with Manchester United. The 30-year-old however tries not to think about that, but instead go play his best Champions League game ever.
For breaking stories and all the great banter like us on Facebook: facebook.com/psnfutbol