Championship side Reading have agreed a fee for Legia Warsaw full-back Bartosz Bereszyński, according to First Eleven.
The Royals are currently without a manager after sacking Brian McDermott last Friday, but the club are still active transfer wise as they have agreed a fee for Polish international Bereszyński.
The 23-year-old joined Legia Warsaw from Lech Poznan in 2013 and has since made 62 appearances for Polish Champions, as well as ventures in Europe in the Europa League.
The Royals have agreed a deal of £500,000 to bring him in over the coming days.
Reading’s owners clearly enjoy the market in Poland after bringing in Orlando Sa from Legia last summer, but will be hoping that Bereszyński will have a little more success after Sa was shipped off to Maccabi Tel Aviv in January.
There’s unrest amongst the fans following McDermott’s departure last week, with many fans questioning the direction the owners are taking the club due to the lack of communication between the Thai’s and the fans.
Reading fans… What do you make of this news? Are you happy Bereszyński is signing? Do you need another right back? Is it right to sign a player with no manager at the club? Let us know in the comments below!