Poland national team manager Franciszek Smuda has said that the country’s right back Lukasz Piszczek could be a great signing for Real Madrid this season. Spanish club Real Madrid are looking at the possibility of signing Borussia Dortmund right back Lukasz Piszczek in the summer. He has been influential in the team over the last two seasons in helping them win the title ahead of Bayern Munich. It has been a tremendous achievement from Borussia Dortmund, and a major chunk of the praise should go to Lukasz Piszczek according to Franciszek Smuda. The manager has also said that Real Madrid would benefit a lot from signing Lukasz Piszczek.

However, signing the Poland international will certainly not be easy because Dortmund have been extremely hard on their stance that they will not sell their player in the summer. It will be an interesting summer for Dortmund because they will be hoping to retain most of the stars, yet doing well in the Champions League next season. Poland have a number of high profile players, who are showing their talent in recent seasons. The Dortmund players Kuba Blaszczykowski and striker Robert Lewandowski are a few of them. They have been named in the Bundesliga team of the season along with Lukasz Piszczek.

“He’d definitely make the first team. He chews up his opponents and spits them out. I know that for every player, Real Madrid is like a fairy tale, but Piszczek really would fit. He has no reason to have any hangups,” Franciszek Smuda said about his right back. Poland will be hoping that these players impress for them at the Euro 2012. They are the group containing Russia, Greece, and Czech Republic. Given the current form of these players, Poland will be hoping to qualify from the group along with their home advantage.


Borussia Dortmund have just won the German Bundesliga title for the second season in a row beating Bayern Munich. Celebrating this wonderful achievement, Borussia Dortmund’s key players from Poland – Robert Lewandowski, Jakub Blaszczykowski, and Lukasz Piszczek – have been excellent all season long. They believe that playing together for the club team enhances their ability to play well for the national team. Poland will be kicking off the Euro 2012 with the opening match against Greece. Borussia Dortmund recently gained an eight point advantage at the top of the table with only two matches remaining in the season, thus confirming their title.

Borussia Dortmund managed a spectacular 1-0 win over Championship rivals Bayern Munich. It was followed with a 2-1 win over Schalke, while Bayern Munich managed to get beaten against Mainz. This effectively sealed the title for Dortmund. It is extremely unlikely for a team other than Bayern Munich to win two back-to-back Championships in Germany. However, despite selling a number of players in the summer, the club continues to be fighting for the top of the table. Blaszczykowski said that playing well for the club team meant that the trio will be able to perform instinctively for their national team.

“To play for the club is very different from playing for the national team. Here in Dortmund we play three at a time; that will help for the national team as well. For example, I play with Lukas on one side we are allowed to play blind. This will be the same in the national team on nearly the same level. Of course we play different at the front but the running is the same. With the Polish team we have less time to practice and to work together. We have just two weeks of preparation for the Euros,” Blaszczykowski said.