Sevilla midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak has popped up on various Premiership clubs radar after deciding to ditch his former representatives and join the Stellar Group according to the Independent who goes on to say: ‘Stellar look after Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, who is a team-mate of Krychowiak’s with the Poland national team.
‘The company, rated as one of the most successful agencies in the world, also has players at [Manchester] United, Chelsea and [Manchester] City – as well as Gareth Bale at Real Madrid – among its impressive stable.’
The availability of the Polish international is said to have Arsenal, United, City, Chelsea and Southampton all looking into the possibility of signing him along with several clubs in Germany and Spain.
The 25-year-old defensive midfielder has a release clause of £22 million, and while this may be a bit steep Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers seems to be interested.
Krychowiak made 32 appearances in La Liga for Sevilla last season and was instrumental in their 3-2 Europa League final win over Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk , scoring the first goal in the final that brought special praise from trainer Kunai Emery who said: ‘He is made of something special, he is made of some tough special material. The opportunity to play in the Champions League will fulfil him and make him develop even further.’
With Morgan Schneiderlin apparently on his way to Manchester United we may see Arsenal, Liverpool or Chelsea make a move for the young Pole who we feel maybe a little over priced at £22 million, but would be a fine addition to the Premiership come next season.