Could Jan Mucha be Returning to the Ekstraklasa?

The former Everton goalkeeper has two offers from the T-Mobile Ekstraklasa / Getty Images
Could Jan Mucha be Returning to the Ekstraklasa?

WARSAW, Poland. April 22 (PSN) – Jan Mucha will soon enter free agency in July, allowing him to change club colors without worry.

Where will the Slovakian goalkeeper exactly choose to continue his career? It is seemingly possible that he may come back to Poland.

The 32-year-old is currently attached to FC Krylia Sovetov Samara but for the rest of the season will be playing out on loan to FC Arsenal Tula.

His contract will afterwards expire this summer and he will be able to leave freely for any club.

Fortunately, the Slovak is not lacking in offers from several clubs abroad.

Most notable is that those offers are coming from the T-Mobile Ekstraklasa.

“I have two offers from Poland, while some clubs from Russia have also asked about me. However, it is too early to make a final decision,” Mucha confessed during an interview with newspaper “Pravda”.

Jan Mucha is best noted for his previous performances in Poland.

From 2005-10 he successfully stood in-goal for Legia Warsaw, where he later earned a move to the English Premiership to sign with Everton FC.

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Pat Nowak is a sports reporter covering Polish football at all levels, from the Ekstraklasa to the National Team. In addition to his work on PSN, Pat has previously written for ESPN.com and CTV Olympics.

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