POZNAN, Poland. February 10 (PSN) – Bartosz Slusarski will no longer play at KKS Lech Poznan, but he can’t complain in the lack of interest he is getting from other teams.
According to Przegląd Sportowy, three T-ME clubs are after the experienced striker.
After the “incident at Jarocin” training camp where both Bartosz Ślusarski and Rafal Murawski were thrown off the team, there is absolutely no chance for them to return to the first team of Lech Poznan. Club officials are also not happy in keeping both players on the reserve team because of their high contracts. So the club has decided to put both players on the transfer list.
Both players certainly cannot complain about any lack of interest. Lechia Gdansk and Pogon are reportedly pursuing Murawski, but the midfielder will likely not go there as he rejected both offers. The list of teams that would like to bring over Slusarski is even longer .
Przegląd Sportowy states that Jagiellonia, Gornik and Podbeskidzie are keeping an eye on the striker. In addition, Liga 1 side Miedz Legnica have also expressed interest in the 32 -year-old, he is far too expensive for the club.
“Yes, we are looking for a striker now, only cheaper. If Bart had agreed to the earnings of 3-4 smaller, there might have been something to talk about.” said Miedz director Mariusz Mowlik .
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