ukasz Fabiański, despite his age, still has a certain place between West Ham United’s goal. The Polish goalkeeper is appreciated by everyone, from coach David Moyes, to club activists and to the fans. Recently, the Młoty coach admitted that the 37-year-old is on the verge of extending his contract. According to British media, it will enter into force until the end of June 2023. It was also considered whether the goalkeeper would decide to return to his homeland after the expiration of this contract.

Łukasz Fabiański will not be like Artur Boruc

It was suggested that Łukasz Fabiański could leave Great Britain after many years and follow in the footsteps of Artur Boruc, who decided to return to PKO Ekstraklasa. King Arthur joined Legia Warsaw again. Andrzej Twarowski, a well-known journalist and commentator on Premier League matches for Canal +, in an interview with the WP SportoweFakty portal, completely denied such a theory. In his opinion, this is not a possible scenario. He stressed that the 37-year-old feels comfortable in London and that his role in the team is unquestionable.

– If ukasz only wants to play, his career could last until forty, maybe even 41-42 years. He would like his adventure in the Premier League to end and he would not return, like Artur Boruc, to end his career in Poland. Fabiański has a strong position in the entire league and someone else is likely to come for him – added Andrzej Twarowski.

This season, the former Polish national team played in 35 matches in all competitions. He kept seven clean sheets and conceded 45 goals.

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