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.