Leeds United midfielder Mateusz Bogusz’s loan spell at UD Logroñés started on a positive note, with him featuring regularly in the first half of the season.

The 19-year-old, however, has not started in the league since February 1st and has been restricted to only five substitute appearances since then.

Prior to joining the second division Spanish side, the Whites owned player admitted Legia Warsaw and Wisla Kraków from Poland wanted to take him on a temporary deal last summer.

According to Meczyki, Legia Warsaw ‘do not let go’ of the talented player, who has already trained under their manager, Czesław Michniewicz, with the Poland U21s.

It’s claimed Bogusz will ‘not have a chance to play’ for Marcelo Bielsa’s side next season, which is why he’s ‘preparing for another transfer’.

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‘Advanced talks are already underway’ for the teenager to reunite with Michniewicz at Legia Warsaw, and the Leeds man seems ‘determined’ over a move.

His contract at Elland Road lasts until 2023 and it’s not known what would be the mode of transfer. Meczyki state the Polish side could try for a loan deal with a purchase option.

Legia Warsaw are planning ‘significant changes’ to their squad and therefore, Bogusz would have more playing time, if he decides to join them.