Qualifying match for football players under 21 flight for promotion to the European Championship Czech Republic – Belarus on September 5 in Jablonec nad Nisou. Czech representative Václav Černý.
Wolfsburg (Germany) – Bundesliga club Wolfsburg is interested in soccer player Václav Černý. According to the newspaper Wolfsburger Allgemeine Zeitung, the eighth team of the last season of the highest German competition looked for the Czech midfielder of Twente Enschede as a replacement for the Egyptian representative Umar Marmus, who transferred to Eintracht Frankfurt.
Černý had a successful season in the Dutch league, in which he collected 13 goals and 11 assists. He helped Twente to fifth place in the regular season and progress to the playoffs for the European Conference League, which his team will play on Sunday.
The 25-year-old native of Příbram has spent his entire career so far in the Netherlands. Already in his youth, he went to Ajax, for which he did not play much due to a serious knee injury. He left for Utrecht in 2019 and moved to Twente a year later, first on loan and transferred to the club the year before. The nine-time Czech international has a contract in Enschede until 2025.