KRAKOW, Poland. June 19 (PSN) – Wisla Krakow have said farewell to seven players from it’s roster this postseason.
Michal Buchalik (goalkeeper), Michal Miskiewicz (goalkeeper), Alan Uryga (defender) and Mateusz Zachar (forward), among others have left the Reymonta less than a month before the start of the new season leaving the White Star without a single goalkeeper!
Wisła Krakow have also lost their number one from the past season in Lukasz Zaluska. The 35-year-old could not agree with the White Star on a contract extension and left to Pogon Szczecin on a free transfer basis.
Just like Zaluska, Wisla chose to not renew the contracts of its two other goalkeepers at the club and now less than a month before the start of the next season Kiko Ramirez’s team has no goalkeeper.
Along with the mentioned names above, Wisla have also said goodbye to Colombian loaner Cristian Echavarria (midfielder) and Krystian Kujawa (defender).
Zachar defended the colors of the White Star from July last year. In season 2016/2017 he played in 31 games but played mainly as a substitute.
So far, the only new signing Wisla have made before the 2017/2018 season is Zoran Arsenic from NK Osijek, a deal that was finalized already last winter.
While not new signings, the Krakow club have also extended the expiring contracts of club veterans Arkadiusz Glowacki, Rafal Boguski and Pawel Brozek.
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