Ondřej Lingr moves to Slavia

21-year old midfielder and Czech U21 international Ondřej Lingr joins Slavia from MFK Karviná on a 4-year deal.

“Moving to Slavia is something unbelievable for me. Just a while ago I was in Eden watching Slavia in Champions League game as a spectator. It is fantastic, it has always been my dream to be in a top European club. This is the best club in the country and I am looking forward to playing here,” said Ondřej Lingr after joining the team in Austria.

Since the age of ten, Ondřej Linger went through Karviná youth teams and played for U17 and U19 Czech national team before his league debut. In 2016/17 he moved to Baník Ostrava playing for the U18, after his return to Karviná he made his league debut against Sparta in May 2017.

Since 2017/18 he begun to play regularly for Karviná first team, he scored 3 goals in 3 MOL Cup games that season. In June 2019 he made his debut for Czech U21 national team. In the last season he made 29 caps for Karviná in Czech Fortuna Liga scoring 7 goals.



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