So it would be a very unexpected transfer. National team forward Jan Kuchta will end his career in the Russian league after half a year, and his return to the highest Czech competition is at stake. Slavia is very interested in him, but according to Luďek Mádel from the List of News, he is close to moving to Sparta, where he worked in his youth. He was supposed to act directly on Letná on Friday.
Jan Kuchta’s work at Lokomotiv Moscow is probably coming to an end. According to the Russian media, the 25-year-old striker will not return to the country due to family reasons, informs the Karp Insider Telegram channel. Slavia in Prague is interested in the player, where he worked before going abroad. He became the league champion and cup winner with her. He would also like a competing Sparta, whose jersey he wore in 2010-2013.
Information on which club Kuchta will transfer to varies. According to some Russian sources, it is close to Slavia, which should return part of the transfer amount it received for the player in the summer in case of return. And the second version is a surprising transfer to Sparta. Luděk Mádl from Seznam Správy, usually very well informed, informs about it on social networks.
”Striker Jan Kuchta could return to the Fortuna League from Lokomotiv Moscow. Slavia Prague is interested in him, from which he transferred to Russia in January. But beware! Two sources agreed that the hottest candidate to get JK is Sparta. The player allegedly acted at Letná today,“Mádl informed on twitter.
Kuchta do ACS?
Striker Jan Kuchta could return from Lokomotiv Moscow to @fortunaligacz.
Slavia Prague is interested in him, from which he transferred to Russia in January.
But beware! Two sources agreed that the hottest candidate to get JK is Sparta.
The player allegedly acted on Letná today.
– Ludek Madl (@LudekMadl) June 24, 2022
Kuchta entered the Russian League in ten matches, in which he scored three goals and passed the other two. He also shone during the last national team break, when he scored in the League of Nations in the network of Switzerland and Spain. In addition, in the national jersey, he was one of the best players on the field in all matches.
The kitchen would be trained in Sparta by Brian Priske, whose team he introduced on the bench before the new season: