Die Wolfe signed his seventh man Jakub Blaszczykowski in the club before the new Bundesliga campaign for a three year deal at the Volkswagen arena. The Poland international signed a three-year deal with the club with an undisclosed fee till 2019.


The 30 year old Polish winger was in Fiorentina for the last season and was a substitute for the club before he returned to Borussia Dortmund after the entry of Andre Schurrle from Wolfsburg. Blaszczykowski also named as ‘Kuba’ entered the club as it’s seventh signing following Yannick Gerhardt, Jeffrey Bruma and Josip Brekalo. The club also signed Josuha Guilavogui and Daniel Didavi on the ground of permanent deals before the Bundesliga campaign where as Real Madrid striker Borja Mayoral joined Wolfsburg on loan.

“Jakub Blaszczykowski is a player that can do any team good – not just due to his footballing qualities, but also because he is a prime example of determination, willingness and passion, who always identifies with his clubs to 100 per cent, with that in mind, we are absolutely delighted that he will be wearing the VfL colours in the future.” said Klaus Allofs, Wolfsburg’s sporting director.  


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