LONDON, England. January 23 (PSN) – Jaroslaw Jach has left the Ekstraklasa and signed a contract with Crystal Palace.
The 23-year-old defender joined the English outfit on a deal that sees him there to June 2021.
Jach makes he jump to England from Zaglebie Lubin. In the Silesian club he played for since 2014, having appeared in 55 games and scored 4 goals. He was also a key player in the Poland junior national team, impressing enough there to eventually make his debut on the senior team under Adam Nawalka in November of last year.
“My immediate goal is to make a Premier League debut. If this happens, I will fight for regular play and to become a starter on the team. This will be a difficult task because the bar is very high. I believe in myself and I believe that I can achieve success with hard work, ” Jach told cpfc.co.uk.
Jach’s new club is of course fighting to stay in the Premier League and avoid relegation. After 24 matchdays, the team from London is currently ranked 13th in the table, but are only 3 points away from the relegation zone. Palace’s coach is Roy Hodgson, who previously managed the England national team at UEFA EURO 2016.
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