POZNAN, Poland. July 5 (PSN) – Tomasz Kedziora next season will be play for Dynamo Kyiv, who will play in the qualifying round for the UEFA Champions League.
Kedziora has been linked with a transfer to Ukraine for several weeks now.
According to Przegląd Sportowy, Lech Poznan will earn 1.5 million euros for the sale of the defenseman.
“I would like to go to a foreign club. We will see what will happen,” the player himself said a few weeks ago.
Considering the transfer of Jan Bednarek (6 million euros), or the near complete move by Dawid Kownacki (2-3 million), the Kolejorz will earn the least money on the 23-year-old.
His contract expires on June 30, 2018, so Dynamo were not interested in paying more than they had to.
Lech Poznan has already a working business relationship with Dynamo. It all started with Lukasz Teodorczyk, where the club earned 4 million euros. Then Tamas Kadar left for Ukraine, which cost Dynamo 2.5 million.
The Ekstraklasa club is currently linked with Miguel Vieira. The Portuguese midfielder is expected to arrive in Poznan any day now to complete a medical test.
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