Tottenham Hotspur, look like they will have to wait until the summer to sign goalkeeper Sebastian Przyrowski from Polonia Warsaw, according to coach Jacek Zielinski.
27-year-old Przyrowski has expected to complete a move to the Premier League club for £1million after spending the week on trial at White Hart Lane. With Spurs boss, Harry Redknapp still keen to find a keeper to provide decent competition for Heurelho Gomes, despite the Brazilian’s form in recent matches.
It is understood that the nature of the deal has yet to be finalised with Polonia, with Przyrowsk possibly remaining at the Polish side until the end of the season.
“It seems that Sebastian will be with us until the end of the season and Tottenham will not get him until after the summer,” Zielinski told Przegladu Sportowego.
Despite being out for two-years with a career-threatening injury before going back to Warsaw in 2008, Przyrowski is believed to have passed a medical at Tottenham, with the keeper, who has been capped 5 times by Poland happy to remain at Polonia until his future is resolved.
“At the farewells, manager Harry Redknapp said it will be good if we see each other soon,” Przyrowski said after the trial.
“It will not really be a tragedy if I stay here. I feel ready to leave but my dream has always been the Polish game.”