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Confirmed Transfer Kapustka loaned to Freiburg

Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by Jeff, Jul 14, 2017.

  1. Jeff

    Jeff Administrator Staff Member

    https://www.lcfc.com/news/438178/press-release

    - Poland international Bartosz Kapustka joins German side SC Freiburg on a season-long loan
    - The 20-year-old joined the Foxes last summer from Polish side Cracovia
    - Kapustka made his Leicester City debut against Everton in January 2017
    - The winger has made 14 appearances for Poland at international level

    The 20-year-old Poland international joined the Foxes in the summer of 2016 from Cracovia, on the back of an impressive UEFA Euro 2016 campaign for his national side in France.

    Kapustka’s development continued with Leicester City last term, and after appearing regularly for the Under-23s, he made his first team debut in an FA Cup Third Round victory over Everton at Goodison Park in January 2017.

    He went on to make two further appearances in the same competition against Derby County and Millwall last season.

    His international bow came in 2015 and he has gone on to make 14 appearances for Poland, scoring three goals – including one on his debut against Gibraltar during the Euro 2016 qualification campaign.

    He joins a Freiburg side who finished seventh in last season’s Bundesliga, earning them a spot in the Third Qualifying Round of the 2017/18 UEFA Europa League.
     
  2. Blaarev

    Blaarev Well-Known Member

  3. homer

    homer Well-Known Member

    Another shithouse out the door

    Three more to go....
     
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  4. Blaarev

    Blaarev Well-Known Member

    Wouldn't know if he is a shithouse or not. But gone he is.
     
  5. Micky

    Micky Well-Known Member

    Well, when he played for the U23s he looked like a 12 year old.
     
  6. Speedy1

    Speedy1 Active Member

    Clearly the club see something in him otherwise they would have sold, not loaned him.
     
  7. Skitzo

    Skitzo Active Member

    Or he's a young player they want to get guaranteed games for we don't know
     
  8. Blaarev

    Blaarev Well-Known Member

    Or Freiburg didn't want to pay his full wages, so a loan deal with an option to buy him next year was the best deal for all parties.
     
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  9. FIF

    FIF Well-Known Member

    I thought they had the option to buy him at the end of next season.

    We saw in the euros that he had skills but perhaps too fragile for our style of play.
     
  10. TommyK

    TommyK Well-Known Member

    Are Poland in the world cup next year?
     
  11. Blaarev

    Blaarev Well-Known Member

    Most likely:

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  12. FIF

    FIF Well-Known Member

    At the expense of Kasper and his boys.
     
  13. TommyK

    TommyK Well-Known Member

    The I'd have thought he'd want to move to get regular football.
     
  14. Robin127

    Robin127 Well-Known Member

    How long is is contract? If Poland are in the WC and he does well that will up his value.
     
  15. Blaarev

    Blaarev Well-Known Member

    Three years IIRC..
     
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