The Polish Ekstraklasa returns with a vengeance this weekend following a 95-day winter break. Second-placed Legia Warszawa kick-off the spring part of the campaign with a home clash against third-placed KS Amica Wronki on Friday hoping to steal a march on their rivals.
Nigerian midfield player Emmanuel Ekwueme has become the second player in two weeks to leave KP Polonia Warsaw for Widzew Lódz.
Goalkeeper Adam Matysek has joined RKS Radomsko as he aims to boost his FIFA World Cup hopes.
Legia Warszawa goalkeeper Wojciech Kowalewski has decided to join FC Shakhtar Donetsk.
Goalkeeper Artur Sarnat has returned to TS Wisla Kraków after his loan spell to Dyiarbakirspor fell through.
RKS Radomsko have signed TS Wisla Kraków’s Olgierd Moskalewicz until the end of the season.
Struggling Widzew Lódz have sold midfield player Rafal Kaczmarczyk to Polish second division promotion-hopefuls Orlen Plock.
RKS Radomsko have signed two former FC Bayern München players.
TS Wisla Kraków are installing floodlights at the Wisla stadium as they strive for European competition.
Midfield player Dariusz Jackiewicz has signed a two-and-a-half year contract with KS Amica Wronki after leaving KS Groclin-Dyskobolia Grodzisk for an undisclosed fee.