WROCLAW, Poland. December 3 (PSN) – Slask Wroclaw do not underestimate Lechia Gdansk’s tendencies regarding the potential transfer of Sebastian Mila and have started to look around for his potential successor.
According to local media, in place of the Polish international in Wroclaw would be Michal Janota.
For now, the move to Gdansk for Mila seems like a very distant prospect. Lechia have made an official offer to Slask for the midfielder, but it was simply ridiculed by the Silesians.
A spokesman for the club, Michal Mazur, commented on the price proposed by Lechia to not be appropriate for the Slask veteran. Rumor has it that it was less than 50 thousand euros.
However, Slask do underestimate Lechia who may significantly raise its offer, along with the player repeatedly declaring that Gdansk is where he would like to retire. Therefore it is no surprise that Slask have already begun the search for a successor.
According to reports, the Silesians are toying with the idea of signing Korona Kielce’s Janota.
Janota’s contract expires in June of next year, and he is a local from the area of Wroclaw, certainly would make for a strong case of a transfer.
“So far I have not had any signal that there is interest in me from Slask, but Korona are still in talks with me about a new contract.” said Janota.
“Moving to Wroclaw? I think everyone would like to play in a better club than that in which it is now,”
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