WARSAW, Poland. January 1 (PSN) – Legia Warsaw have confirmed that Artur Jedrzejczyk will once again play for the capital club.
The defender will return to Warsaw on January 4, after first passing a medical test and then afterwards will sign a four-year contract.
The transfer will cost Legia approx. 1 million euros.
The 29-year-old defender last played for Russian Premier League side FC Krasnodar, where he joined back in 2013 after a successful season with Legia.
Unfortunately, Jedrzejczyk will be unable to play in UEFA Europa League matches.
This because in the current season he had already appeared in the competition, playing in the group stage in the colors of FC Krasnodar.
Jedrzejczyk is Legia’s first move in this transfer window. The money used to purchase the Polish international came from the funds the club earned from having sold top goal scorer and striker Nemanja Nikolic to MLS side Chicago Fire.
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