Tomas Vaclik has had a successful six months in England. He helped Huddersfield to stay in the second highest league, made a very good impression with his performances and now he will be a free agent again. What’s next?
The experienced Czech goalkeeper has been plagued by health problems in recent years. First he lost his job at Sevilla, then at Olympiakos. He left both clubs as a free agent.
After his stint in Greece, he made an unexpected move to England. But not to the famous Premier League, but to the second English league. Moreover, to Huddersfield, who, although relatively recently among the English elite, were struggling to stay in the Championship.
Huddersfield’s goalkeeper got injured and so Tomas Vaclik signed a contract until the end of the season in January. He has now left the club and the former Sparta goalkeeper can once again look for a new deal.
“Right at the beginning the agreement was that I would be with the club until the end of the season. Both parties went along with it. During the national break the club’s owners changed, but it had no effect on the agreement,” Vaclik told Gól.cz.
” The goalkeeping coach told me that a couple of teams and their goalkeeping coaches called him and asked about me. I don’t know if it was serious or just a courtesy interest.”
Originally, he wanted to be clear about a new commitment in April or May. Now, however, he suspects it will be rather later. However, he is still in contact with his agency and the whole situation is currently being resolved.
Vaclik played 13 games for Huddersfield, keeping three clean sheets and only 16 goals. His team lost only three games when he was captaining.
Source:: Goal.cz, Transfermarkt
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