Reggina have had a tough time this term, as they currently find themselves in a dismal 19th position, with just 13 points recorded after 17 matches of football.
Undoubtedly the club’s biggest problems thus far
have come in defence, as they have conceded an incredible 33 goals in this time.
Consequently, their defensive record is by far the weakest in the competition,
as they are conceding almost twice a game on average.
As a result, the Granata have made it clear in
recent times that they are keen to bolster their defensive ranks in the January
transfer period, and they have done exactly that by recently announcing the
signing of Slavia Prague’s Matej Krajcik, as reported by Tuttomercatoweb.
Krajcik is a 30-year-old right-back, who has been
with the Czech outfit since 2003, and has experience at international level, as
he has played 17 times for the Slovakian national team.
The exact deals of the transfer are yet to be
finalized, and all that remains is for the club to make the official
announcement, which is expected to take place early in the week.
As for their new signing however, he has already
joined up with his new team mates, and took part in the first training session
of the year, where he was utilized by the coach Giuseppe Pillon as a right back
in a practice match the club had to close out the session.
Adrian Del Monte