Football Bundesliga club 1. FC Union Berlin gives Pawel Wszolek to the Polish champion Legia Warsaw.
The 29-year-old offensive player, who was changed from the Polish capital to Union last summer, will initially be revealed until the summer for his old club. “The lend is a good option for both sides at the moment, so we decided together,” said Union manager Oliver Ruhnert.
Wszolek introduced in the first round in the DFB Cup at the 3-1 victory after extension at the third division Waldhof Mannheim 18 minutes for the Köpenicker and managed it in the Bundesliga only two times in the squad without being used. In addition, Wszolek last had to go into domestic isolation after a positive corona test.
Defending champion Legia Warsaw floats after 18 games as a table top last with 15 meters in the highest risk of reliance. The winter break for the capital club ends on February 4 with the guest match at Table-14. Zaglebie Lubin.