AMIENS, France. August 6 (PSN) – Rafal Kurzawa has officially signed on with Amiens SC.
The Poland international today took part in the team presentation for the Ligue 1 side before the start of the new season.
On Monday the Pole underwent his medical and penned a three-year contract with the French club.
The 25-year-old ended the 2017/2018 Ekstraklasa on a high note, topping the league assist count with 22 and being regarded as the best midfielder in Poland.
However, when it turned out that Kurzawa had turned down a contract extension with Gornik Zabrze at the end of the season, he spent nearly two months looking for a new club.
Having taken part at the 2018 FIFA World Cup – in which he recorded an assist on Jan Bednarek’s goal against Japan – helped gather himself some attention amongst notable European clubs.
Kurzawa was linked with Fenerbahce, AZ Alkmaar, Feyenoord, Fiorentina, Lazio, Parma, Legia Warsaw, Lech Poznan as well with clubs from Australia and the Middle East. However, in the end opted for a move to Ligue 1 with Amiens SC.
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