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Glik to Leave Monaco For a Return to Italy?

Kamil Glik wants to play in the UEFA Champions League again, even if it means switching clubs / Twitter
Glik to Leave Monaco For a Return to Italy?

MONACO CITY, Monaco. May 7 (PSN) – According to French media, Kamil Glik will most likely leave AS Monaco and return to Italy this summer.

The Poland international is currently linked to three Serie A clubs for a summer move: FC Torino, SS Lazio, or UC Sampdoria.

It is worth noting that Glik’s contract with Monaco is valid until June 2021. However, the fact that Monaco is in danger of not being able to take a UEFA Champions League spot for the next season may result in several players departing during the summer transfer window.

Reportedly, Lazio has the best chance of tempting the Pole to a transfer, where Glik would replace Stefan De Vrija, who will probably sign with Inter Milan.

For the Polish defender, moving to the team from the Italian capital would very tempting, as Lazio have a strong chance of making the UEFA Champions League cut, as they currently sit in fourth place with 71 points after 36 games played.

Glik has so far spent two years at AS Monaco and has been part of the first team ever since.

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