£ ukasz Teodorczyk has found a new club. Relegation Soccer

Łukasz Teodorczyk has completely disappeared from the radars of Polish fans in the last several months. Not so long ago, the 30-year-old was a full-time representative of Poland, but he seriously cut down on flights. Nothing is left of his remarkable feats of playing for Anderlecht. From Brussels, the footballer moved to Charleroi, and then from Udinese. In the previous season, the Polish forward played 17 matches for the Italian team, in which he scored only one goal, and in this current season he has not appeared on the pitch even once.

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Łukasz Teodorczyk found a new club? However, not Turkey

Due to his poor form, Łukasz Teodorczyk was deleted by the Udinese coach and it was known that his days in this club were numbered. A few days ago, the player officially terminated the contract with his employer by mutual agreement and began looking for a new job.

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Initially, there was talk of moving to Turkey. According to reports from the local media, the Pole was supposed to go to one of the clubs from Istanbul – Galatasaray, Fenerbahce and Besiktas. “Przegląd Sportowy” shows a completely different direction. According to the latest reports of the Polish daily, Teodorczyk is to stay in Italy, but not in Serie A, but in Serie B. Vicenza is to be his new employer.

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There would be a hard struggle to keep him there. At the halfway point of the tournament, Cristian Brocchi’s team is last in Serie B with only 15 goals – this is a significant decline for Teodorczyk, but at the same time a chance to rebuild at the lower level of the game.

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