Stilic, Gargula and Stjepanovic to Leave Wisla Krakow this Summer

Wisla will be without key midfielder Semir Stilic who will be leaving the club this summer / Michał Nowak / newspix.pl
Stilic, Gargula and Stjepanovic to Leave Wisla Krakow this Summer

KRAKOW, Poland. June 8 (PSN) – Semir Stilic will leave Wisla Krakow – the club announced through its online website.

In addition Lukasz Gargula and Ostoja Stjepanovic will also be leaving the team from Reymonta.

For several months now there has been much speculation whether Semir Stilic will extend his contract with Wisla Krakow.

The Bosnian arrived to the Reymonta at the beginning of last year and had since become a very important link in the team. This past season he scored 9 goals and added 12 assists, most of them recorded in the autumn round.

Unfortunately, with Wisla experiencing some major financial problems and the now recent offer that the club gave to the player turned out to be quite unsatisfactory.

“It was very cool to play here. I very quickly attach myself to open-minded people. I regret that I have to go, but such is the life of a footballer. I do not know where I’ll be playing. If it was clear, everyone would already know about it. I’m going now to the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team training camp. After the my international duty I’ll know more, you have to understand me.” Stilic told “Sport.pl” on Sunday after the match with Lech Poznan.

Stilic is not the only player who will be leaving Wisla Krakow during this summer.

The club announced that Lukasz Garguła and Ostoja Stjepanovic will no longer play in its colors.

Gargula played at the Reymonta since 2009. He had recently been in talks on the renewal of his contract during which he agreed to a salary reduction.

However, Wisla later decided to instead best part with the player, with club president Robert Gaszynski confirming the news with the player in the locker room after the final season match with Lech Poznan.

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