The Polish giants want to sign the Ghanaian left-back come the next transfer window in a bid to strengthen their defence.
Polish champions Lechia Gdansk are interested in signing Ghana defender David Addy this summer as they seek to fortify their rear for next season.
A statement on the club’s official website stated that they are keen to offer Addy a deal this summer alongside Tiago Valente of Pacos de Ferreira FC.
Addy currently plays for Vitoria Guimaraes with a percentage of his rights being owned by FC Porto.
He has played in 24 matches this season including four in the framework of the European League and made two assists, but has lost his place in the team getting to the end of the term.
The 23-year-old was a transfer target of Sunderland and German side Freiburg during the winter but the deal fell through.
The former Ghana Under-20 star has featured for Randers FC, Rio Ave, Academica de Coimbra and Greek side Panetolikos.
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