Owls Target Slusarski Makes Polish Switch
Former Wednesday loan striker, and transfer target Bartosz Slusarski has returned home to Poland after signing for Cracovia this week.
Slusarski, on loan at Hillsborough from West Brom for a second time last month, was expected to sign a full contract at S6 in the January transfer window.
But instead the Polish hitman has opted for a return back home and has secured a deal with Polish league side Cracovia, with reports saying he's signed a three-year deal with the club.
'I'm happy to be back in Poland,' Slusarski told 'Polish Soca' website.
'I had offers from some other clubs, but the Cracovia deal seemed the most solid one for me. I want to now rebuild my football career here, and help Cracovia stay in the Ekstraklasa.'
The 27-year-old made seven appearances in his second loan stint at S6, scoring just the one goal but having been used wide on the left rather than his preferred striker sole.
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