THESSALONIKI, Greece. January 20 (PSN) – Karol Swiderski has left Jagiellonia Bialystok – the Polish vice-champions announced through its official website.
The 22-year-old striker on Sunday signed with PAOK FC, who are currently the Greek Super League leaders.
Swiderski had played for Jagiellonia for the last 4.5 seasons, having been at the club for his entire professional career thus far.
In total, Swiderski appeared in 128 official games for Jaga, in which he scored 25 goals and recorded 9 assists.
The U-21 Polish international also stood three times on the LOTTO Ekstraklasa podium with the Bialystok club and was viewed as one of its hottest prospects. Strong interest in him came from both Genoa CFC and PAOK, with the Greek side winning out in the end.
PAOK is a two-time champion of Greece and a five-time winner of the Greek national cup.
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