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Two more come in as Millwall splash the cash
Millwall's summre rebuild is almost looking complete as the club confirmed 2 more transfers last night. Polish winger Patryk Małecki joins from Wisła Kraków in Poland and German born Ireland defender Patrick Kohlmann comes in from Union Berlin.
Małecki is the more experienced player, having played at international level 8 times with Poland and played over 100 times for Wisła Kraków back in Poland, where he was a fan favourite despite a loan spell out to Eskişehirspor in Turkey. Kohlmann is a less established player, having grown up with Borussia Dortmund's youth squad before his release in 2007, and he joined Regionalliga Nord side Rot-Weiß Erfurt where he spent one season before leaving for Union Berlin. He has been called up to the Ireland national squad despite being born in Dortmund, but is yet to play a game for the country. Kohlmann was delighted to join the club, as he told reporters at his unveiling that he was proud to be a Millwall player.
"I'm delighted to be here, I mean, I know I played once for Borussia Dortmund but just that once, against Kaiserslauten, so I can really honestly say, Millwall are the biggest club I've ever played for. I want to stay here for the rest of my career, I can't believe I've got the chance to come and impress at such a club."
Małecki however was announced on the club's website rather than at a press conference, reportedly down to the lack of English that Małecki speaks, and he has said that he didn't want to embarrass himself and was looking to learn English as quickly as possible. The club's official statement confirming the signing goes as follows:
Millwall Football Club can officially reveal that the deal to sign Polish winger Patryk Małecki from Wisła Krakow is completed. Małecki will join the club for £1.3m.
Patrick Kohlmann will cost the club £1.4m and has signed a 2 year deal on £26k per week. Małecki will be on a 5 year deal, earning £25.5k every week.