POZNAN, Poland. January 2 (PSN) – Kasper Hamalainen will be looking for greener pastures as a start of the new year.
Lech Poznan have confirmed the Finnish international’s departure from the club.
While Hamalainen had the opportunity to extend his December 31st expiring contract he ultimately turned it down.
Since arriving in the 2012/2013 season from Djurgardens IF the 29-year-old has quickly made himself an integral component of the Kolejorz roster. This season he has been the most potent goal scorer for the club, scoring 8 goals in 15 games in the Ekstraklasa.
Both FC Midtjylland and APOEL FC are said to be interested in the Lech star player.
In addition, the Poznan club has announced that Maciej Gostomski and David Holman have also left the club.
Gostomski declined to extend his contract with the club, reportedly tired of being a backup option in Poznan. Meanwhile, Holman’s loan deal ended and he will be returning to Ferencvarosi TC.
There has been no word yet on their replacements.
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