WARSAW, Poland. January 30 (PSN) – On Friday Dusan Kuciak said goodbye to Legia Warsaw and flew to England for medical tests.
Once passing his tests the Slovakian goalkeeper is expected to sign with Hull City AFC.
Legia Warsaw have officially confirmed that Dusan Kuciak left the team training camp in Malta to fly out to England.
Hull City currently lead the league table in the Football League Championship – a level below the Premier League. The English outfit wanted to acquire the keeper already back in the summer where they submitted two offers, but Legia ultimately declined.
Now the capital city club have agreed on a sum of 250 thousand pounds for the 30-year-old’s transfer.
Kuciak’s contract is to end in June.
The Slovakian goalie came to the Lazienkowska in the summer of 2011 from the Romanian side FC Vaslui. For Legia he played 192 matches.
Wisla Krakow’s Radoslaw Cierzniak is said to replace Kuciak between the pipes in Warsaw. While the player has agreed on a personal contract with Legia a few weeks ago there is a chance that Wisla may choose to block the transfer.
Cierzniak’s contract also ends this summer.
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