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Sources to IFD, Dragowski won’t leave Fiorentina
- Updated: January 3, 2017
The Poland U-21 goalkeeper will not leave Florence.
Sources close to the player told Italian Football Daily 19-year-old Polish goalkeeper Bartlomiej Dragowski will not leave the club in January.
Despite not yet making an appearance this season for the Viola, the player’s representatives are remaining steadfast in the decision they made.
“There were a few teams interested recently, but we’ve known from the beginning what we wanted and changing is not an option.”
“He’s going through the adaptation period. A new country, language.”
Dragowski was purchased in the summer for around €3 million from Jagiellonia in the Polish top flight.