Again! Perpetual Krakw close to the hit transfer from Ekstraklasa Pika nona

Perpetual Krakow is probably heading for promotion to the third league. The team led by Franciszek Smuda is the clear leader of the Małopolska IV league table with 11 points ahead of the second Wisła players, Jaskowit. Therefore, the authorities of the Land and Mortgage Register are planning further reinforcements. During the winter transfer window, the Cracovians have already acquired Wilde-Donald Guerrier, a former Wisła Kraków player.

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Media: Another hit transfer of Perpetual is close to finalization. Jankowski is no longer a Stal player

The transfers.info portal has announced that it is getting closer to finalizing Maciej Jankowski’s move to Wieczysta Kraków. The 32-year-old striker terminated the contract with Stal Mielec by mutual agreement, which means that he can sign a contract with the Perpetual without compensation. At the moment, it is not known for how long Jankowski would be bound by the contract with the current leader of the fourth league in the Western Małopolska group.

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Maciej Jankowski has also performed in Arka Gdynia, Piast Gliwice, Wisła Kraków and Ruch Chorzów. In Ekstraklasa he played a total of 302 matches, scoring 63 goals. Jankowski also made his debut in the Polish national team. On December 16, 2011, he played 45 minutes in the 1-0 game won by Poland against Bosnia and Herzegovina. At that time, the manager of that team was Franciszek Smuda, the current coach of Wieczysta.

Maciej Jankowski represented Stal Mielec from January 2021 to January this year. During this time, the striker played in 24 matches, in which he only scored goals. The colors of Wieczyła Kraków include, among others, Sławomir Peszko, Łukasz Burliga and Radosław Majewski, who, like Jankowski, have a top-class past behind them.

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David Martin is the lead editor for Spark Chronicles. David has been working as a freelance journalist.

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