Slovakian star Miroslav Stoch on the move again?

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After the recent statements of Chelsea’s former player Miroslav Stoch that he is really happy during his loan spell at Greece’s club PAOK FC and that he has no intention on returning to the Turkish side Fenerbahce some rumors started to appear.

After Stoch’s interview where he stated his intention of not returning to Fenerbahce some reporters said that PAOK FC will not pay the agreed amount of €4.5million at the end of the season so Stoch will have to return to Fenerbahce.

Until the moment that this article is written no one has made a comment about this information neither from the behalf of the team nor of the player.

If these rumors are confirmed and PAOK has no intention to activate the buying option in Stoch’s loan deal we have to wait and see what the reaction of the player is going to be and whether all this fuss will affect the player’s performance which so far is more than satisfying.

On the other hand if these rumors are not confirmed, PAOK will have to be worried because someone is trying to mess with the head of one of the key players of this year’s squad, and hence mess with the morale of the team in general.

All this in a season that PAOK FC seems to be ready to confront Olympiakos to the title challenge and claim a position in next year’s Champions League.

To sum up after Chelsea, Twente, Fenerbahce and PAOK Miroslav Stoch may be on the move once again.

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