Polish interest in Juric reignited

Tomi Juric’s flirtation with Polish football was reignited earlier this month with Ekstraklasa champions Lech Poznan enquiring about his services.

Juric spent time in Poland in pre-season speaking with Legia Warsaw, before signing a one-year deal with newly promoted Eredivisie club Roda JC.

The Australian has gone on to have some success with Roda JC, scoring seven goals in 12 games, but hasn’t won a new deal yet.

FourFourTwo understands Polish champions Lech Poznan showed interest in the 24-year-old earlier this month, before ceasing discussions following the knee injury he suffered a fortnight ago.

Lech Poznan are desperate for a new striker, having seen top scorer Kasper Hämäläinen leave for Legia earlier this month, while forward Denis Thomalla was also loaned out to 2.Bundesliga club Heidenheim.

According to Polish reports, Lech Poznan may reignite their interest at the end of the season, while Legia and struggling Slask Wroclaw are also allegedly monitoring Juric.

The Socceroo is currently on the sidelines after tearing a lateral ligament in his right knee during a training camp with Roda JC in Portugal.