Published on June 15, 2022 at 11:12 p.m. – updated on June 15, 2022 at 11:20 p.m.
Initially under contract with PSG Handball until the end of next season, Polish international pivot Kamil Syprzak has signed for two more years, until June 2025.
If PSG Handball will see its workforce be turned upside down, a hard core will indeed remain. While the Karabatic brothers, Luc Steins or even Henrik Toft Hansen have already given their agreement for next season or even beyond, the same is now true for Kamil Syprzak. Arrived at the capital club in 2019 after playing for Wisla Plock then four seasons in the FC Barcelona jersey, the Polish international pivot had a contract with the French champion valid until the end of next season, i.e. until in June 2023. However, through a press release, the Parisian club formalized the signing of a new contract linking him to Kamil Syprzak for two additional seasons, until June 2025. A signature that the 30-year-old presented as “a logical continuation” concerning himhe who scored a whopping 149 goals this season in the Liqui Moly StarLigue, which saw PSG finish with 30 wins in 30 games.
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Syprzak: “The feeling of being able to go the extra mile”
Highlighting the fact that “Paris Saint-Germain aims for excellence”, Kamil Syprzak wanted to register “for the long term” with the capital club. “For many reasons, I feel good in this club and in this city, it allows me to currently practice the best handball of my career, he added in a press release. I also have the feeling of being able to go a step further by staying in Paris and I’m very happy about that. I am sure that I can still contribute to the team and to our supporters in the coming seasons. » Jean-Claude Blanc, deputy general manager of PSG, sees in Kamil Syprzak “a major piece” of the Parisian formationwhich will be turned upside down this summer with many departures, including those of Vincent Gérard, Nedim Remili or Mikkel Hansen but also the arrivals of Andreas Palicka and Jannik Green in goal, David Balaguer and Dominik Mathé.
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