KRAKOW, Poland. January 12 (PSN) – As announced on Twitter by Jakub Nizinski, a journalist of Radio Krakow, Semir Stilic has once again become a player of Wisla Krakow.
The Bosnian playmaker is currently undergoing a medical at the club before officially signing a contract.
In 2014, Stilic already played for Wisla Krakow and was a key figure in the team. During the term of his eighteen month contract he played over fifty official matches in the White Star jersey.
Soon afterwards in 2015 he moved to Cyprus to play for APOEL FC.
Prior to all of that, Stilic first played for Lech Poznan in the Ekstraklasa under Franz Smuda from 2008 to 2012. He later departed to try his luck abroad playing for Karpaty Lviv and Gaziantepspor, but ultimately neither moves panned out. At that point he decided to return to the Ekstraklasa in 2014 and it seems the same has once again happened now for 2017.
As reported on Twitter by Jakub Nizinski from Radio Krakow, the Bosnian now is returning to Krakow. At this time details, such as the contract duration and the amount of the transfer have yet to be disclosed.
Semir Stilic is a representative of Bosnia and Herzegovina. On the national team he played eight games. The last time he appeared on the pitch in the international scene was in March 2015. His side then drew with Austria 1: 1 in a friendly match.
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