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ZAGAR SEALS LUBLIN SWITCH

Slovenian star Matej Zagar has completed his much-rumoured switch to Lublin on day one of the PGE Ekstraliga transfer window.

01 / 11 / 2019, 17:35

Slovenian star Matej Zagar has completed his much-rumoured switch to Lublin on day one of the PGE Ekstraliga transfer window.

Zagar makes the move from Czestochowa, who are widely reported to be on the verge of signing 2017 world champion Jason Doyle.

The Ljubljana-born racer joins the likes of Russian star Grigory Laguta, Mikkel Michelsen, Grzegorz Zengota, Pawel Miesiac and Wiktor Lampart in the side, with Jakub Jamrog and Oskar Bober also unveiled as new signings today.

Zagar becomes the first FIM Speedway Grand Prix regular to sign for Lublin since the club was promoted to the PGE Ekstraliga last year.

This year’s SGP first reserve Robert Lambert is expected to seek pastures new and has been linked with Zielona Gora, while Swedish star Andreas Jonsson announced his retirement from the sport.

 

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