MONTREAL, Canada. February 14 (PSN) – The Montreal Impact have announced this week that the club parted ways with left back Krzysztof Krol.
The Pole mutually agreed to terminate his contract.
The decision came after the Impact decided to make room for another foreign player, and at the same add some budgetary relief.
From the beginning of his career Krzysztof Krol has always had a problem to stay put at one club. Counting only the seniors clubs on his resume is as many as ten.
The 28-year-old recently played for the Montreal Impact, which plays in the MLS.
Krol signed in June of last year, he played 12 games and afterwards terminated his contract by mutual agreement.
Officials of the Canadian club did not hide their reasons for the separation. In a brief statement, the Impact stated that the departure of Krol was to make space for another international player and for the club to relieve its budget. Krol earned about 150 thousand dollars a year in Montreal.
“This move gives us more flexibility with the salary cap and also frees up an international spot,” said Impact technical director Adam Braz.
“We wish Krzysztof the best in his future endeavours.”
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