KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany. January 6 (PSN) – Mateusz Klich has officially transferred to 1.FC Kaiserslautern.
The former Cracovia Krakow player has signed a 3.5-year contract with the German club.
Klich has finally escaped from Wolfsburg, where in VfL the Polish midfielder greatly struggled to break into the first team and was sentenced to an eternal reserve role.
It is no surprise that the Pole wanted to already change his career environment in January. Only what remained was the unknown direction of the move.
At first it seemed that Klich could land in Greece.
Local Greek media reported that in the Polish representative was interested PAOK Thessaloniki. Ultimately, however, he decided to stay in Germany. Only changing the city.
Klich’s new team is currently in fifth place in the 2. Bundesliga league table with 32 points from 19 matches. Club officials of the “Red Devils” are hoping that the Pole will help the team in fighting for promotion to the Bundesliga.
By contrast, the former Cracovia player hopes that after the transfer he will be able to return back to Adam Nawalka’s kadra.
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