Mladá Boleslav have confirmed that winger Tomáš Přikryl has been given permission to leave the club’s Austrian training camp ahead of a proposed transfer to Ekstraklasa side Jagiellonia Białystok.
A statement, posted on the club’s website, reads: “The management of the club agreed that Tomáš should undergo a medical examination at a Polish club, and will be ready to negotiate a possible transfer”.
The club in question is widely believed to be Jagiellonia Białystok, with numerous reports both in the Czech Republic and Poland confirming as much.
Přikryl, who turns 27 later this week, is coming off the back of his most productive season to date. Often playing behind the prolific Russian forward Nikolay Komlichenko, the former Sigma Olomouc academy graduate registered 11 assists throughout the 2018-19 season, the league’s joint highest amount alongside Josef Hušbauer and Miroslav Stoch, and added nine goals, helping the Central Bohemians side to a Europa League place in the process.
Přikryl is expected to discuss contract terms and undergo a medical, while club officials thrash out the finer details of the move.
The deal is expected to be formally announced in the coming days.