Bartosz Bereszyński is a Polish professional footballer, born on 12th July 1992 in Poznań, Poland. Primarily a right-back, Bereszyński occasionally operates from the left-back and right-midfield. The right-footed player currently plies his trade for Serie A side, UC Sampdoria.
Bereszyński started playing at the local clubs, TPS Winogrady Poznań, Poznaniak Poznań, Warta Poznań, before joining Lech Poznań Under-19 side in 2008. He came three minutes before the time in his professional debut in the Ekstraklasa match against Jagiellonia Bialystok in March 2010.
Due to lack of opportunity, the right-back moved to second-tier Polish side, Warta Poznan, on loan in July 2011. After a decent season, he returned to Poznań in June 2012. He got selected in the first team only four times in that season and joined Legia Warszawa in January 2013.
Bereszyński represented Poland national side at Under-19, Under-20 and Under-21 level.
Bereszyński got his maiden international cap in an international friendly against Liechtenstein in June 2013. Coming on the pitch in 45th-minute, he assisted Sobiech to open the account for Poland just eight minutes later.
Rise to Glory
Since joining Sampdoria in 2017, Bereszyński has performed decently for the Genoa-side.
Bereszyński has not been able to make a mark on the national side and only appeared six times since making debut in 2013.
Bereszyński played in 17 games in his two and half seasons at Lech Poznań. Later, he spent five seasons at Legia Warszawa and appeared 108 times for the club. In the winter transfer window of 2017, he penned four and half years contract with the Italian side, Sampdoria. He debuted in the Serie A in a crunch encounter against AS Roma in January 2017.