Tytoń leaves PSV for VFB Stuttgart

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Tytoń leaves PSV for VFB Stuttgart

PSV´s technical manager Marcel Brands has confirmed on Wednesday morning that 28-year-old goalkeeper Przemyslaw Tytoń leaves PSV for VFB Stuttgart. The Poland international, who spent last season on loan at the Spanish club Elche, signs a two-year-deal with the club from the south of Germany.

KNVB Beker win in 2012
Tytoń joined PSV on loan from Roda JC in the summer of 2011 before he signed a permanent deal in Eindhoven one year later. Tytoń was set to become PSV´s first-choice goalkeeper but after three appearances disaster struck for the Polish shot stopper. On 18 September 2011 during PSV´s 2-2 draw with Ajax, he sustained a serious concussion after an unfortunate collision with team-mate Timothy Derijck and was rushed to hospital. He was out of action for three months before he made a return. He won the KNVB Beker with PSV in 2012, following a 3-0 victory against Heracles Almelo at the Rotterdam Kuip and a few months later he lifted the Johan Cruijff Shield after a 4-2 win over Ajax. Tytoń made 38 league appearances and played eight European games for PSV. His contract with PSV was due to expire in the summer of 2016.

PSV wishes Tytoń all the very best in his future career in Germany | © Pics United PSV wishes Tytoń all the very best in his future career in Germany | © Pics United