KRAKOW, Poland. February 7 (PSN) – Wisla Krakow continue signing new players in preparation of the second half of the 2016/2017 season.
The Krakow club have now added Matija Spicic and Hugo Videmont to their ranks.
Spicic is a left-back. He joined Wisla on trial on January 23, which was the first day of training camp in Turkey. He starred in the preseason exhibition games with Paksi FC (1:2), MSK Zilina (2:1) and Steaua Bucharest (4:3) and performed positively in all the outings.
Meanwhile, Videmont whom is a pupil of Clermont Foot, had since January 2015 been contracted with AC Ajaccio. The new Wisla player throughout his career played exclusively in Ligue 2. His record sees him with 10 goals and 9 assists to his name in 110 games.
Kiko Ramirez’s Wisla Krakow may be on a signing spree, but the club have also seen quite a few departures from their first team during this winter transfer window.
So far 4 players have left the club in Boban Jovic (Bursaspor), Richard Guzmics (Funde Yanbian FC), Adam Mojta (Piast Gliwice) and Krzysztof Drzazga (Stal Mielec).
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