- Grzegorz Krychowiak revealed in an interview with sport.pl what happened in Russia before leaving for Athens.
- The Pole has not yet wondered what it will be like in the summer. Now he is thinking about the match against Scotland and the continuation of the season in Greece
- The Polish delegate also admitted that he left an apartment full of his belongings in Russia, and that he managed to avoid the sanctions imposed on Russian banks …
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Grzegorz Krychowiak admitted in an interview with sport.pl that some people did not understand his decision to leave the club. Perhaps not so much that they were unaware of the war in Ukraine, but they asked why he was gone. The Polish representative also admitted that the war had not had a significant impact on his contacts with his club friends. “I didn’t feel it. […] It wasn’t that I was against the war and turned into someone’s enemy in the cabaret. at all. Relationships have not changed. “I didn’t feel like anyone was looking at me differently than before,” Grzegorz Krychowiak said in an interview with sport.pl. However, Pole noted that the dressing room was mostly about football, not political topics.
The AEK Athens player also admitted that he did not want to flee Russia without a plan not to sit on the sofa. The Polish admitted that he had a lot of offers, but decided to accept the offer from the Greek club, because it suited him better.
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However, the Pole still owns an apartment, and Krasnodar, where he has many of his belongings … He admitted that he did not think about what it would be in the summer. “I have an apartment in Krasnodar all the time and I leave most of my things there, because when I was traveling to Greece I had to pack two bags. […] Krishya said in an interview with the website sport.pl. I try not to think about what it will be in the summer, but focus on the best match.” The Pole said that now he has the most important game to play this year, then he will return to Athens to help the new club advance to the European Cup, while Krychowiak is feeling well at the new club.
Grzegorz Krychowiak in an interview with the aforementioned site also admitted that he missed the sanctions imposed on Russian banks. The pole managed to protect them. “I managed to make the transfer on time,” – emphasized the Polish representative.
March 15 this year. AEK Ateny welcomed Grzegorz Krychowiak into its ranks. After the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Polish decided to leave the Russian club Krasnodar, and would finish the season on loan at the Greek club. The Polish, despite the fact that by the end of the 2021/2022 season in Greece, he will receive 450 thousand. euros, he did not worry about money despite the fact that his annual salary in Krasnodar was 3 million euros …
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