Contract ends this month, Egy Maulana Vikri’s future at Lechia Gdansk is still unclear Bur – The future of players from Indonesia, Egy Maulana Vikri with the team from Poland, Lechia Gdansk is still a question mark.

As is known, Egy’s contract will expire on June 30, 2021, but there is no sign yet that Egy will extend his contract at Lechia Gdansk.

Egy was signed by Lechia Gdansk in 2018. In the contract, Lechia has the option of a two-year extension.

Egy Maulana Vikri has joined the Indonesian national team training in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). (Doc. PSSI).

Three years in the Lechia uniform, the player from North Sumatra did not get many opportunities to play.

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Egy Maulana Vikri’s agent, Dusan Bogdanovic admitted that he could only tell his client’s future in July 2021. His party was open to all possibilities, including Egy leaving to another club.

“We will determine Egy’s future in July 2021. His three-year contract with Lechia Gdansk will expire on June 30, 2021,” said Dusan Bogdanovic when contacted by the media, Sunday (20/6/2021) night.

“We are open to all possibilities. In July 2021, we will announce the status of Egy whether he extends his contract at Lechia Gdansk or a contract with another club,” he added.

So far, Dusan said that Egy was still an active player at Lechia Gdansk.

“Egy Maulana Vikri is still a Lechia Gdansk player. If there are changes in the transfer market later, I will inform them,” explained Dusan.

“For now, Egy’s status is clear and I still can’t talk further. However, all options are open at this time,” concluded the Serbian man.

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