First team back at work

On Thursday 23 July Slavia first team left for fitness training camp to Austria with two summer signings and four players from youth teams.

Two weeks and one day after the last game of 2019/20 season the first team meets again in Eden. The players are leaving for fitness training camp in Austria with two summer signings - Ondřej Karafiát and Jan Kuchta - on board.

Four players from youth teams will join the first team for summer preparation. Jakub Zeronik and Alex Bárta (born 2001) played for Slavia reserves last season, Slovakian midfielder Tomáš Rigo (2002) comes from U19 and goalkeeper Matyáš Vágner made his caps for U17 and U19 last year.

Josef Hušbauer returned from loan to Dynamo Dresden but is currently finalizing his permanent transfer to another foreign club. Mohamed Tijani returned to Vysočina Jihlava after the end of his loan.

Alexandru Baluta who returned from loan to Slovan Liberec is negotiating his move to a foreign club. Jakub Jugas and Jan Matoušek should continue on their loans.

Young players Daniel Kosek, Lukáš Červ and João Felipe do not travel with the team as Slavia negotiates their loans to other clubs.

Slavia squad for summer training camp in Austria

Goalkeepers: Ondřej Kolář, Jakub Markovič, Přemysl Kovář, Matyáš Vágner

Defenders: David Hovorka, Tomáš Holeš, Ondřej Karafiát, Vladimír Coufal, David Zima, Jaroslav Zelený, Ondřej Kúdela, Jan Bořil, Ladislav Takács, Michal Frydrych, Alex Bárta

Midfielders: Nicolae Stanciu, Jan Sýkora, Patrik Hellebrand, Lukáš Provod, Oscar Dorley, Jakub Zeronik, Petr Ševčík, Jakub Hromada, Ibrahim Traoré, Lukáš Masopust, Tomáš Rigo

Forwards: Stanislav Tecl, Mick van Buren, Jan Kuchta, Yusuf Helal, Petar Musa

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