WARSAW, Poland. March 28 (PSN) – Maciej Rybus is open to exchanging FC Terek Grozny of the Russian Premier League for a stronger league.
The only problem is – he is afraid of revealing this information to his club bosses.
The Polish international winger moved to Russia three years ago from Legia Warsaw.
Since then the 25-year-old has become an essential player for Terek Grozny, but he does not feel fully satisfied there – all due to the lack of European cup competition.
“There is always talk about qualifying for cups, and every year it is a disappointment,” the winger told “Przeglad Sportowy”.
Rybus has made it no secret that at the end of the current season he will want to change clubs.
“I do not hide the fact that I want to change my environment. I was there for three years, I want a new challenge now. Staying in Russia does not tire me, but it is time for the move to a stronger league. I feel that time is starting to run out,” the Polish international admits.
However, Rybus is concerned if Terek will even allow him to leave the club in a few months.
“I have a contract until 2016. There is a clause in it that I can leave for 4.5 million euros. For sure it is doubtful that someone will pay that much for me a year before the end of my contract.” he argues.
While Rybus has several times hinted that he wants to leave Terek, he admits that he has not officially told anyone back at the club about his intentions.
“Have I told someone at the club that I want to leave? To put it bluntly, you do not talk about such things over there.”
“Right now I am most interested in going back to Europe,” ends the former Legia Warsaw player who is currently preparing with the Polish national team for the upcoming UEFA EURO 2016 qualifier match with the Republic of Ireland.
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