Kulesza: If Dragowski was German, He Would be Playing for Bayern

Jagiellonia owner Kulesza believes Dragowski would be playing for Bayern Munich now had he been born in Germany / Norbert Barczyk / Pressfocus
Kulesza: If Dragowski was German, He Would be Playing for Bayern

BIALYSTOK, Poland. August 17 (PSN) – Jagiellonia Bialystok recently revealed to “Fakt” that Bayern Munich have been monitoring Bartlomiej Dragowski.

The Podlasie club admits that the 18-year-old left a positive reception to the representatives sent from the German giant.

“From what I know, a Bayern scout staged a recommendation for transfer.” tells “Fakt” Jagiellonia Bialystok owner Cezary Kulesza.

“However, the Bayern authorities want to only count on German goalkeepers. Over the years, the first goalkeeper was Olivier Kahn there. Now is Neuer and his successor also has to be from Germany. Such is the goalkeeping ideology there. So Bart will not leave to Bavaria. Until the end of August something is still the works regarding his transfer. For now we are lacking concrete offers.”

“Of course. If Dragowski was German, he would probably already be playing for Bayern,” ended Kulesza.

There has been interest in a transfer for Dragowski from some of Europe’s biggest clubs this transfer window. Several weeks ago there were even unofficial reports regarding Juventus possibly making a move for the young keeper.

In fact, there are scouts of big foreign clubs present at every Jagiellonia game for this very reason. For Jagiellonia the most ideal solution would be to sell the player for good money and immediately loan back for a year.

Head coach Michal Probierz believes that young goalkeeper should be sold for no less than 5 million euros.

Dragowski was voted the best goalkeeper of the Ekstraklasa last season.

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