Michał Skóraś of Lech Poznań is generating a lot of interest among MLS clubs, reports Piotr Koźmiński at SportoweFakty.wp.pl.
Lech Pozna can sell players abroad for a lot of money by Polish standards. Among the biggest transfer champions from the club are Jakub Moder, Jakub Kaminski, Jan Bednarik, Robert Lewandowski, Kamil Joviak, Dawid Konacke and Lukasz Teodorczyk. There are many indications that Michał Skóraś will soon join this group.
The 23-year-old has made 38 appearances this season, scoring 11 goals and providing four assists. Record in both the Ekstraklasa and the Europa Conference League. His value was further boosted by his first appearance for the Polish national team last year and subsequent World Cup appearance against Argentina.
Lech sports director Tomas Rzysa recently admitted in the program “Transfer Window” on the Matchyki.pl YouTube channel that The club is counting on the fact that it will soon have to say goodbye to Skóras. As Piotr Koźmiński writes, teams from powerful European leagues are interested in the winger, but not only. He was also on the radar of MLS teams.
Among them is Chicago Fire, whose colors are represented by Kacper Przybyłko, and more recently Przemysław Frankowski has performed there. In the past, Piotr Nowak, Roman Kosice, Jerzy Podbroene, Tomas Frankowski and Krzysztof Kroll have played there. The club from Illinois is very interested in another pole.
The journalist stresses that the chances of such a transfer appear slim. Skórasia is likely to move within Europe.
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