KRAKOW, Poland. Jan 28 — Wisla Krakow wants to bring in rated PGE GKS Belchatow striker Dawid Nowak, but the club is in no rush to sign him. However, Pawel Brozek would like to see the Polish international on the team.
In a comprehensive interview for Przegląd Sportowy Brozek compliments the striker from Belchatow. He speaks highly of his skills, and that he is the right person to help enhance Wisla’s attack.
“He’s a very good player technically. He knows how to play positional attack, and Wisla in Poland has 99 percent of such matches.” says the Wisla striker.
“He is also good on the counterattack, which often is used in European competition.”
The Krakow club is in search for another striker from the winter market, after coach Maciej Skorza only now has three players available to him who can play in attack: Brozek, Patryk Malecki and Rafal Boguski. The last two can also play second striker and midfield.
Dawid Nowak has also been linked to a winter move to KP Polonia Warszawa.
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