GDANSK, Poland. Jan 12 — Is one of the most talented Polish players Michal Janota expected to prove to be a transfer hit in the Polish Ekstraklasa this winter?
The greatest interest in obtaining the ‘Polish Messi’ is Lechia Gdansk. This case gained momentum during December when Lechia’s coach Tomasz Kafarski went for coach mentorship to Feyenoord Rotterdam. Janota’s contract with the club expires in six months, and the Pole is currently on loan to Eerste Divisie club side SVB Excelsior Rotterdam.
“We are interested in gaining three new players, among which is Janota. Such a footballer would come in handy,” openly says Kafarski.
According to Fakt, the issue of financial earnings is crucial for Janota. The player himself would be willing to play in Poland and only for this reason that it would be easier to convince Poland coach Smuda in the Ekstraklasa of his skills.
“We are holding talks with several clubs, both Polish and foreign,” says Janota’s agent Bartosz Olędzki.
“It is true that negotiations are ongoing with the Gdansk club – Michael, however, is in a comfortable position, because he has a lot of proposals. Not only from Lechia. He will choose the best offer in terms of sport, but also financially.”
“Certainly, this is one of the important arguments. The prospect of playing in the finals of the UEFA EURO 2012 is also very tempting.” Olędzki says.
The future of Janota is currently still uncertian, the player recently resumed training with Excelsior and will have to wait a few days before any concrete news comes up.
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