Maksym Talovjerov goes on loan to Linz
1/2/2023, Editorial Board
Maksym Talovjerov is leaving Slavia for the spring part of the season. The Ukrainian stopper is going on a six-month loan without an option to LASK Linz, where he will meet Moses Usor.
“Given that Maksym would not be getting the amount of minutes on the pitch that he needs at his age, a loan move before the European Under-21 Championship this summer is a logical solution. Czech and foreign options were in play, after an agreement with a player who preferred Linz, but is heading to Austria,” says the sports director about the loan. Jiří Bílek.
During the autumn part, Talovjerov was a guest in Liberec, in the current TUNA:LIGY season FOR Slovan for thirteen league matches, in which he scored one goal in the match against Teplice. He also added one goal in the MOL Cup, when he hit the Frýdek-Místek net.
During the tie for the European championship, the 195-centimeter-tall defender scored nine starts for the U21 Ukrainian national team, in which he helped the yellow-blue team advance to EURO 2023.
He started for Slavia in the warm-up match against Hradec Králové and also attended a training camp in the Algarve, during which he appeared on the pitch during the winning practice against Servette Geneva.
Good luck in Austria, Maksym!