Leeds United’s Mateusz Bogusz is on a season-long loan stay with UD Logroñés and he hasn’t has regular minutes in recent months.
Since the start of February, the midfielder has been forced to settle for more time on the bench, and has been on the pitch for 153 minutes across six league matches.
On April 17th, Meczyki reported ‘advanced talks are underway’ between the Whites owned player and Polish side Legia Warsaw over a potential summer deal.
The Poland U21 international’s former coach Czesław Michniewicz is currently managing Legia Warsaw.
Michniewicz has also expressed his desire to sign the 19-year-old on a temporary deal in the next market, but fears the Premier League side would prefer to send Bogusz on loan to a lower division club in England.
Polish journalist Mateusz Borek has provided an update on Legia Warsaw’s chances of signing the Leeds midfielder during Canal+ program, Wysoki Pressing.
“Legia needs one or two transfers today, but players who will immediately improve the quality of the team, who will sport it upwards. As far as I know, Mateusz Bogusz’s arrival at Legia is practically a foregone conclusion,” Borek said, as relayed by Legia.net.
“He is a footballer who today is the leader of the youth team, who has outstanding opportunities for the Polish market.
“I am a bit surprised by his position and the lack of regular minutes in the second Spanish league after the loan from Leeds, but it seems to me that in the realities of the Polish league, for Legia, with Michniewicz’s knowledge, with his mobility and field awareness, he is a very good player.
“Bogusz is working on himself all the time, he’s a boy who doesn’t stop. He wants to be under the ball all the time, to participate in every action. He can be a great candidate for Legia, if we manage to sign this player.”
Time will tell whether or not Borek is right about Bogusz’s arrival at Legia Warsaw in the next market.