Łukasz Załuska is a footballer from Poland. He currently plays for Celtic as a goalkeeper. He was born in 1982 and spent his youth career at Ruch Wysokie Mazowieckie, MSP Szamotuły, Sparta Oborniki and Zryw Zielona Góra. In 2001 Załuska joined Stomil Olsztyn and made his first appearance in Ekstraklasa. In 2002 he moved to Legia Warszawa, then had a loan spell at Jagiellonia Białystok.
Załuska joined Korona Kielce and after two seasons there he moved to Scotland, where he signed for Dundee United in May 2007. He had two injuries shortly after he joined the team and made his first appearance in January 2008.
After a season with Dundee, Załuska moved to Celtic in the summer of 2009. His first appearance for the team came on 21 September 2009. In his first season he was used as a replacement and at the beginning of the following season became the first choice keeper, though after the arrival of Fraser Forster Załuska became the second choice again.
Łukasz Załuska earned his first international cap for Poland on 6 June 2009. That was the match against South Africa.
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