Lukasz Teodorczyk isn’t in the best of moods, it would seem. Left on the bench by Anderlecht, Teodorczyk gave the clear impression he’s annoyed by recent events.
With 28 goals so far this season, Teodorczyk should right now be firing Anderlecht to the league title before taking his pick of interested clubs. However, he hasn’t scored since March and a great deal has been made of the drought.
It’s been made clear in Belgium that West Brom and West Ham remain interested, but others seem to have dropped away. Both Tony Pulis and Slaven Bilic will look to add one or more strikers in the summer, and Teodorczyk’s goal drought could be as much an opportunity as a worry.
On Monday, Het Belang van Limburg and others in Belgium carry a photograph of Teodorczyk giving the middle finger to opposition fans. Getting off the team coach at the weekend, the Polish striker didn’t respond well to some shouts.
It’s also reported that during the warm-up against Club Brugge, Teodorczyk kicked balls at fans in the stands.
Pulis and Bilic may like to know if those shots were on target, before deciding what to do with West Brom and West Ham interest.