Italian media report that Torino does not intend to miss it and this winter wants to bring its former captain (Glyc played in Turin in 2011-2016). According to the tuttomer- cat.com website, Kamil Glyk is a priority on the transfer list of the Turin Club. It should be added that the former Polish defense club has a high position in the league and has real opportunities to advance to European Cups. The same can not be said for Monaco. The French did not win 19 matches and took the penultimate position in the league.
The problem may be one. It's about money that Turin would pay to Monaco for the transfer. Glyck is estimated at around 15 million euros, and the Italian club can not afford such high costs. Turin's bodies also have backup options. It would be much cheaper to get Francesca Vicari from Cagliari or Fabia Pisacane from Spal. Pole represents the colors of Monaco since June 2016 and its contract expires in June 2018.
Polish national players who play in Ekstraklasa can also change clubs. The closest player from the country is the youth team footballer – Sebastian Szymański. Legia Warsaw midfielder before the start of the season was close to signing a contract with CSKA Moscow. However, the download has expired in the last minute. Now it's a supply from Italy, more precisely from Napoli. Obviously Sam Carlo Ancelotti asked Piotr Zieliński what he thinks about the gifted 19-year-old. The price also creates an impression. The Italian media mentioned an amount of 8 to 10 million euros, which is a football cosmos for the Polish situation. So far, the cheapest transfer to Ekstraklasa was Jan Jan Bednarek, for which Southampton paid Lech Poznan 6 million euros.
Jagiellonia Białystok can also lose its leader on the second line. Taras Romanczuk is in the sights of Turkish and English clubs. The 26-year-old was reportedly negotiating with such trademarks as Turkish Akhisar Belediyespor or even Hungarian champion MOL See flights. However, the English media reported that some clubs from the championship are interested in Poland.