Slavia Prague head coach Jindrich Trpisovsky revealed the club is yet to found a replacement for Nigerian international Peter Olayinka.
The forward has agreed a deal with Partizan Belgrade and will move on as free agent when his contract expires at the end of the current campaign.
Although Slavia brought in two forward after Olayinka potential exit was confirmed, but none of them hit the expected height.
“I wonder what will happen when he leaves. Whenever we discuss with the scouts who we want on the wing, I say the new Olayinka. In four years, we haven’t quite managed to find someone like him,” Trpisovsky told the club’s official website.
“He’s not perfect, of course, but the utility of the player is unreal. A productive and emotional player who can tear down a team. He is not afraid of tense situations where he wants to be the key man.
“I wonder what will happen when he leaves, who will replace him?”
Since joining the team five years ago from Gent, the Super Eagles scored 46 goals and 25 assists in 174 appearances, winning three league and two Cup titles in the process.
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