LODZ, Poland. February 17 (PSN) – Another gain for Widzew Lodz this winter window has been the acquisition of Matko Perdijic.
The Croatian most recently represented Cracovia Krakow in the T-Mobile Ekstraklasa.
On Tuesday the veteran goalkeeper signed a contract for 1.5 years with an option for an extension with the Lodz club.
Matko Perdijic has been playing his club football in Poland since 2007, when he signed a contract with Ruch Chorzow. He stayed with the Upper Silesian club until 2013, and his next stop in his career was Cracovia Krakow, where he had the opportunity to work with the current coach of Widzew Lodz, Wojciech Stawowy.
On the fields of the T-Mobile Ekstraklasa he made 40 appearances.
The 32-year-old comes in to Lodz to compete for a place in-goal with Maciej Krakowiak.
Acquiring the experienced netminder is the sixth transfer which Widzew have made in the current winter transfer window.
Thus far, Widzew have already signed brand new contracts with Kosuke Kimura, Szymon Zgarda, Bartosz Brodzinski, Tsubasa Nishi and Tomasz Lisowski.
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