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Patryk Klimala impresses on his first start since leaving Celtic

In his first start for New York Red Bulls, former Celtic man Patryk Klimala laid on an assist and had an excellent game for his new club. Klimala, who surprisingly left the Bhoys only a year after joining, recouped Celtic’s investment. Joining the Red Bulls in April [BBC], the Polish youth international was part of the squad who won the Quadruple Treble in December 2020. However, his personal numbers didn’t make for great reading. With limited opportunities, Klimala scored just 3 goals in 28 games in the Hoops [Transfermarkt].
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INSIDE THE 18, pres. by Evian: Patryk Klimala, John Tolkin Earn First MLS Starts

Polish forward Patryk Klimala and Chatham, NJ defender John Tolkin will both earn their first MLS starts at Red Bull Arena on Saturday afternoon vs. Orlando City SC. Klimala, New York's Young Designated Player, will pair up alongside Daniel Royer, while Tolkin, Red Bulls Academy Product, will line up alongside Tom Edward, Sean Nealis and Kyle Duncan.
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New York boss speaks highly of ex-Celtic man Patryk Klimala after MLS debut

New York Red Bulls manager Gerhard Struber was left extremely impressed with Patryk Klimala after his MLS debut at the weekend. Klimala left Celtic last month to try and kickstart his career in The Big Apple. The Hoops reportedly managed to rake in as much as £3.5million for the Poland under-21 international [Sky Sports].
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Patryk Klimala goes for the heartstrings of Celtic fans

Former Celtic striker Patryk Klimala has left a heartfelt message of thanks for the club and the supporters. Polish Paddy, as he was immediately Christened by the Hoops faithful, has agreed to join New York Red Bulls in the MLS. Leaving for the exact fee Celtic paid for him, it...
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Celtic: Patryk Klimala leaves for New York Red Bulls

Polish striker Patryk Klimala has left Celtic to join Major League Soccer side New York Red Bulls. The 22-year-old joined the Parkhead club in January 2020 from Ekstraklasa side Jagiellonia Bialystok, for a reported fee of £3.5m. But Klimala has not managed to secure a starting spot, and leaves Celtic...
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Official: New York Red Bulls acquire striker Patryk Klimala from Celtic FC

The New York Red Bulls have signed forward Patryk Klimala from Celtic FC to a four-year MLS contract with a club option, it was announced Thursday. He will fill a Young Designated Player and international spot on RBNY's roster. Klimala, 22, is a Polish youth international striker. He joined Celtic...
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New York Red Bulls sign Polish striker Patryk Klimala

Patryk Klimala has officially joined the New York Red Bulls, the now former Celtic striker’s move to MLS being made official on Thursday. The move for Klimala comes after weeks of rumors and build-up surrounding the young players move to MLS. Klimala is the second big move of the week for the New York Red Bulls, who also made official their acquisition of midfielder Frankie Amaya this week in a transfer from FC Cincinnati.
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Red Bulls sign Celtic striker Patryk Klimala to designated player contract

After weeks of anticipatory news buildup, the dam finally burst, springing forth a signing. The New York Red Bulls announced the addition of Patryk Klimala, acquiring the striker from Celtic. The 22-year-old Polish youth international inked a four-year deal with an additional club option. The Scottish giants are “reported to be recouping the £3.5million fee” initially paid to Ekstraklasa side Jagiellonia Biau0142ystok, with additional add-ons potentially pushing the number higher.
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New York Red Bulls Sign Polish Youth International Striker Patryk Klimala

HARRISON, N.J. (April 22, 2021) – The New York Red Bulls have completed the transfer of Polish Youth International striker Patryk Klimala from Celtic FC and signed him to a four-year MLS contract with a club option, pending P-1 visa and ITC, the club announced today. Klimala will fill a Young Designated Player and International spot on New York’s roster.
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Red Bulls sign Polish forward Patryk Klimala from Celtic

HARRISON, N.J. — The New York Red Bulls have signed Polish forward Patryk Klimala to a four-year contract with an option for a fifth season. The MLS team announced the transfer from Celtic. The 22-year-old Klimala will fill a young designated player and international spot on the roster. Klimala signed...
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Report: New York Red Bulls finalizing deal for Celtic striker Patryk Klimala

News of impending transfers, more often than not, comes from journalists. Though in some instances, news comes straight from the source. The latter unfolded earlier this week, with Celtic FC caretaker manager John Kennedy saying in a press conference that forward Patryk Klimala is nearing a move to the New York Red Bulls. The 22-year-old Poland native has three goals and one assist in 28 games since joining the Scottish Premier League side in January 2020.
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Celtic FC’s Patryk Klimala on the move to New York Red Bulls

Celtic FC’s Patryk Klimala could be the icing on the cake for the New York Red Bulls following a very busy, if somewhat understated offseason for the club. On Friday during his media availability, Celtic FC caretaker manager John Kennedy put it out in the open about Kilmala’s possible move to MLS and the New York Red Bulls. Kennedy was blunt about the transfer of the 22-year old striker out from Celtic FC, leaving no room for grassy knoll conspiracies.
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Patryk Klimala away to NY Red Bulls

Patryk ‘Paddy’ Klimala looks to have kicked his last ball for Celtic, as he is on the verge of joining MLS outfit New York Red Bulls. Subject to visa paperwork and a medical, the Pole will leave on a deal which is believed to be highly satisfactory in a financial sense to Celtic, who will recoup most of the fee paid for him in 2020 and beneficial for the player himself.
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Celtic striker Patryk Klimala close to New York Red Bulls move

Celtic striker Patryk Klimala is closing in on a permanent move to New York Bulls, according to reports. Klimala arrived at Parkhead from Polish side Jagiellonia Bialystok in January 2020 but has found first team opportunities hard to come by. He has made just 28 appearances in all competitions and few of them have been starts, scoring just three times.