19-year-old Polish international Kinga Kozak has joined Scottish WPL runners-up Glasgow City from Puchar Polski winners Czarni Sosnowiec.
The seven-time Polish representative has become the 15-time Scottish champions’ second signing of the summer, as they attempt to reclaim the title from cross-city rivals Rangers. She will also hope to help the club qualify for the Champions League, having played for Czarni in the qualifying round of the 2021/22 competition. Kozak will wear the number 16 shirt at Petershill Park.
Prior to her stint in Sosnowiec, Kozak played for neighbouring GKS Katowice.
“I am glad that I have made a decision about a foreign transfer and that I am coming to the most titled football club in Scotland – Glasgow City F.C. I hope that it will help me develop as a football player, as well as human being and that the time I will work in Glasgow will pay off in the future and it will affect my good level of play. I am happy that the club has trusted me so much and hand me the shirt with number 16, with which the biggest legend of the club – Leanne Ross – had played. I hope that together we will achieve a lot of successes and we will fight for top goals. I can’t wait for my first appearance in the colours of Glasgow City.”Kinga Kozak
Meanwhile, fellow Polish international Weronika Zawistowska has extended her loan spell at 1.FC Koln for another year.
The 22-year-old attacking midfielder played 22 times for Effzeh last term, scoring three times; having joined on loan from Bayern Munich immediately after her own transfer from Czarni Sosnowiec.