Jakub Ojrzynski completes loan move away from Liverpool as the 19-year-old searches for more first-team football | OneFootball
Jakub Ojrzynski completes loan move away from Liverpool as the 19-year-old searches for more first-team football
Empire of the Kop
Jakub Ojrzynski’s departure from Liverpool, despite it only being on loan, will probably be overshadowed by the news about Sadio Mane.
As reported by the club’s website though: ‘Academy goalkeeper Jakub Ojrzynski has joined Polish side Radomiak Radom on loan, subject to international clearance.
‘The 19-year-old will spend time plying his trade in the Ekstraklasa, his home country’s top flight.
‘Ojrzynski, a Poland youth international, joined the Reds in 2019 and penned a new long-term contract with the club last summer’.
It’s good for the 19-year-old that he is being handed an opportunity to return home and play some competitive football, following a successful season in Wales with Caernarfon Town.
Ekstraklasa finished seventh in their league in the last campaign and our stopper will be hoping to aid their pursuit of a higher placed finish this season, which starts next month.
With uncertainty around the long-term future of Caoimhin Kelleher, this could be a good opportunity for the former Legia Warsaw teen to forge a way into Jurgen Klopp’s squad.
HJK Silkeborg Malmö Sivasspor Molde WAC Vaduz Rapid América MG São Paulo Lyngby FC Copenhagen Radomlje Tabor FK Tukums 2000/Telms FK Liepāja Hertha II Viktoria B FK Metta FK Spartaks Karagandy Atyrau Akzhayik Kaspiy Midtjylland AGF Cliftonville Carrick Dungannon Ballymena Utd Glenavon Larne Portadown Coleraine FC Baník Teplice Bohemians 1905 Králové SK Super Nova Daugavpils SCR Altach A Lustenau