Polish international forward Radoslaw Matusiak announced his shocking retirement from professional football at the age of 26.
Radoslaw Matusiak, who won 15 caps and 7 goals for Poland, terminated his contract with Heerenveen in mutual consent. He joined the Dutch club from Palermo a year ago for a fee of about 3 million euros. The last six months he spent at Wisla Krakow on loan.
Heerenveen’s new coach Trond Sollied informed that he wouldn’t consider Matusiak in the squad this season and forced him to find a new club.
Presently Matusiak is recovering from a groin injury in his home city – Lodz. “Radoslaw rules out the return to football and is going to engage in business activity,” stated the player’s father.
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