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Wisla Krakow Settle for Arsenic Summer Arrival

Wisla have signed Zoran Arsenic this winter but the Croatian will not appear in Krakow until the summer / Wisla Krakow
Wisla Krakow Settle for Arsenic Summer Arrival

KRAKOW, Poland. January 5 (PSN) – Wisla Krakow have signed a contract with Zoran Arsenic.

The Croatian defender is the White Star’s first move this winter transfer window, but more so made for the future.

Arsenic’s contract will come into effect on July 1, where he will join the club for two seasons with an option to extend for a further two – states the official club website, Wisla.Krakow.pl.

This deal is made with the intent that Wisla will be able to obtain Arsenic for free in the summer window. Rather than to pay a fee for him now – which the club cannot afford.

Wisla Krakow is still currently facing economic problems and as such are not expected to make any big moves this winter.

The 22-year-old currently is contracted to NK Osijek, whom he has appeared for in seventeen matches in the Prva HNL.

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