Maczynski makes Historical Move to Legia from Wisla

Legia Warsaw have signed another Polish international in Krzysztof Maczynski / newspix.pl
Maczynski makes Historical Move to Legia from Wisla

WARSAW, Poland. July 7 (PSN) – Krzysztof Maczynski has signed a two-year contract with Legia Warsaw.

The contract has an option for a possible extension for another year – revealed the official Legia website.

The 30-year-old for the past two seasons played for rivals Wisla Krakow and thus it was very unlikely that such a move would ever take place. However, with the brand new administration behind Wisla this type of move was no longer an issue.

Maczynski, who also is a regular for Adam Nawalka on the Poland national team, had been eyed for Legia since the UEFA EURO 2016 in France. At the time the defensive midfielder was also looked at by several other foreign clubs but ultimately no transfer away from the Wawel castle took place.

In the previous season Maczynski played in 31 matches in the LOTTO Ekstraklasa where he scored one goal.

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