Filed: Friday, 3rd July 2009
By: Staff Writer
West Ham are being linked with a move for Polish striker Pawel Brozek.
A report on sports.pl is claiming that the Hammers are one of two London-based clubs considering a bid for the 26-year-old goalgetter, who currently plays for Wisla Krakow.
According to the story, both West Ham and Fulham are said to be keeping tabs on the 19xcapped Polish international, who has spent his entire professional career with Wisla.
Brozek's current manager, Radoslav Osuch said: “We will know everything within next 3 or 4 days. Wisla should reach an agreement with English clubs.
"Paweł is the best Polish player at the moment and is ready to change the club in order to develop his skills. It would be better for him to join a better club from a better league.
"It is hard to say but Paweł is too good to play in Poland. As of today the chances of him moving to England are 50/50."
Kielce-born Brozek, who, along with his brother Piotr spent a week on trial with the Hammers five years ago has also spent time on loan with Lodz and Katowice.
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