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Panama International Luis Henriquez leaving Lech Poznan, interested in MLS

Panamanian fullback could come to MLS by way of... Poland?

Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports

Luis Henriquez is leaving Lech Poznan and has been linked to MLS.

The Panamanian international has spent the last 8 years at Lech, compiling 139 league appearances for the club.

A report from Poznan sport, says that Henriquez would like to sign a contract with MLS. He is one of three players leaving the club this offseason.

The 33-year-old Henriquez won the Polish cup with Lech in 2009 and was a member of the title winning squads in 2010 and 2015. He has 73 caps with the Panama national team and has scored three goals. MLS clubs will get a good look at the left back if he is called up for the Gold Cup which begins in July. Panama is in Group A with Haiti (July 7), Honduras (July 10), and host nation the United States (July 13th).

He has also been on the books at Panamanian clubs Sporting '89, Arabe Unido, and Tauro, as well as Colombian club Envigado.

h/t @KubaLech