POZNAN, Poland. August 23 (PSN) – With the eventual departure of Lukasz Teodorczyk to Dynamo Kyiv, KKS Lech Poznan is now considering the attacking option of Ilijan Micanski.
Known for his past performances in Poland (including Lech and Zaglebie Lubin), the Bulgarian representative is to replace the Pole as the club’s main central striker.
Ilijan Micanski is one of the best foreign players who competed in the Ekstraklasa in recent years. The Bulgarian had previously played for Lech Poznan after the Wielkopolski club merged with Amica Wronki, where he made 12 appearances but failed to score any goal.
Later he was loaned to Korona Kielce and Odra Wodzisław, and in 2008 joined Zaglebie Lubin, where he found success. In 59 appearances, he scored 40 goals, which resulted in a transfer to the German 1 FC Kaiserslautern.
After a weak season (16 appearances, 1 goal) he was lent in turn to FSV Frankfurt and FC Ingolstadt 04, and in 2013 the Bulgarian signed with Karlsruher FC.
Now it is looking like he is likely to return to Poland according to Sport.pl.
It is not known how much money Lech will have to pay for him – his contract in Karlsruher applies until 2016. Fortunately, the 28-year-old is in good form recently, having recently scored a hat-trick in a 2. Bundesliga match against FSV Frankfurt.
According to other recent media rumors, another candidate to replace Teodorczyk at Lech is Widzew Lodz Latvian striker Eduards Visnakovs.
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