Leicester goalkeeper Jakub Stolarczyk is back at the club after a successful loan spell at Hartlepool, despite being part of a relegation to NFL. Stolarczyk played 17 games during his loan spell at Victoria Park.
Stolarczyk signed a long term agreement with Leicester before he spent most of last season on loan at Fleetwood and Hartlepool, adding more experience to his life as a goalkeeper.
He is been in progress over the years, joining Leicester for the first time as far back as 2017. He had his first move out on loan last season, playing in Scotland for Dunfirmline and could of course be on the road again next season.
His current contract at the club runs until June 2026, so a player Leicester are interested to develope and hopefully either getting a good fee for him or becoming a first team squad member.
Stolarczyk has turned 22 years in December and of course being at the club for next season he would be a grand asset both to the first team set up and the development squad.
We believe Leicester are keen to keep him and see his progress as we have seen with Daniel Iversen who has gone the grades in the same way, playing on loan at a number of clubs before his breakthrough in goal for Leicester this season.
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