1. FC Union has begun the required process of reducing the size of the huge team. Pawel Wszolek visits Legia Warsaw, his hometown. Only a year ago, the right midfielder joined Union on a free transfer, but he only played once for the Berliners, clocking 17 minutes in the DFB Cup first round.
The Pole was loaned to Legia Warsaw for the second part of the previous season, where he scored six goals and contributed three more assists. A permanent move has finally been agreed upon by both teams. Wszolek and Legia have a deal that runs through 2025. “Pawel Wszolek accepted the circumstances, which were undoubtedly unsatisfactory for him, and he consistently put himself at the team’s disposal. We sincerely appreciate his professionalism and wish him the best of luck in the future, said Union manager Oliver Ruhnert in a club statement. (Tsp)