Polish media outlet Weszlo have claimed that his departure from Legia is ‘very likely’ this summer, with the club already moving to sign his replacement.
Zyro, a talented winger, appears to have outgrown Polish football, and there is the belief that he will fail to keep improving if staying in his homeland.
As a 22-year-old international, many believe that he is one of the most talented players in the future of Polish football, and he is expected to leave so as to keep developing at a higher level of competition.
Both Celtic and Wolves can offer a higher quality of football, with the Bhoys being able to use Champions League qualification to draw him to Parkhead. As long as he is guaranteed consistent first-team football, Zyro is bound to improve in the United Kingdom, and a switch to either of the interested parties makes sense.
With Legia already targeting his replacement, club president Boguslaw Lesnodorski has confirmed that they are already acting as if Zyro has left the club, with Barrera Reyes to sign and take Zyro’s place in the first-team.
Lesnodorski said: “Today we act as if Michal already was gone. What is needed is therefore not to sign a winger to create rivalry, but put him straight into the first team.”