Jagiellonia Bia³ystok has been struggling with financial problems for many months and closed the previous two years with a negative balance. – The situation of the club is more difficult than I assumed after the initial audit. Unfortunately, in the meantime, more corpses fell out of the closet. We strive to be a reliable partner for contractors and players. What was the financial problem? Due to the fact that, aiming at maintaining great league results, the club incurred large, long-term commitments – .
A great talent will leave Jagiellonia Białystok. The Italian club wants to pay over a million euros
informs that Mateusz Kowalski may leave Jagiellonia Białystok during the winter transfer window. The 17-year-old striker is interested in Udinese Calcio, which is ready to pay more than one million euros, including various bonuses. The clubs have reached an agreement, but the transfer is not 100% complete yet. It is possible that Kowalski would stay in Bialystok on loan until the end of the season.
If Mateusz Kowalski had gone to Italy for the mentioned amount, he would have been one of the most expensive players in the history of Jagiellonia Białystok. So far, the club from Podlasie has earned the most from the departure of Patryk Klimala, who in January 2020 left for Celtic Glasgow for four million euros. Włodarczyk adds that Kowalski may sign a contract with Udinese for four or five years, and contract talks are still ongoing. The striker would likely join the Primavera (U-19) squad.
Mateusz Kowalski is a student of Jagiellonia Białystok. The teenage striker made his debut in the Ekstraklasa in the first round of this season, scoring a goal in a match against Piast Gliwice (2: 0). So far, Kowalski has played twelve matches in which he scored two goals. It is worth noting that Kowalski spent 245 minutes on the pitch and only twice appeared in the starting lineup. His contract with Jagiellonia Białystok is valid until the end of June 2025.
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