Legia Warszawa is preparing a surprising transfer? It would be a hit

Legia Warszawa is preparing a surprising transfer?  It would be a hit

According to the latest reports, Legia Warszawa is still actively working on the transfer market. The military is to look for a successor to their star who decided to leave. There is talk of interest in the former Ekstraklasa player.

Legia Warszawa lost two key players in the winter transfer window. First, Bartosz Slisz, who moved to Atlanta United, said goodbye to the Legionnaires, and just before the match against Ruch Chorzów, Ernest Muci decided to transfer. The Albanian was transferred to Turkish Besiktas for a record-breaking fee of EUR 10 million. The lack of these two links certainly affects the game of the Military Team, who at that time won 1-0 against the Blues, lost in the round of 16 of the European Conference League with Molde 3-2 after a disastrous first half and only drew with Puszcza Niepołomice 1: 1.

Legia Warszawa is looking for a successor to its star

Meczyki.pl has established that the authorities of Legia Warsaw are looking for a successor for Ernest Muci, who has taken over the game several times and contributed significantly to the club’s further play in European cups with his brilliant goals against Austria Vienna and Aston Villa.

According to journalists, the Legionnaires want to sign Sebastian Kowalczyk. Let us recall that the midfielder from Pogoń Szczecin joined Houston Dynamo in August 2023. Since then, he has appeared in nine matches and has so far recorded only one assist. The Americans paid 500,000 for the 25-year-old. euro, and his contract with the club is valid until the end of December 2024.

Legia Warszawa’s transfer moves in the winter window

Sebastian Kowalczyk has so far only played for Pogoń Szczecin, which he joined in 2012 from Salos Szczecin U19. During his career, he played in 169 PKO BP Ekstraklasa matches, in which he scored 19 goals and added 21 assists.

So far, Legia Warszawa has made only two transfers. Ryoya Morishita from Nagoya Grampus (J1 League) and Qendrim Zyba from FC Ballkani (Albi Mall Superliga) were loaned to the club.

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