Leeds United’s Mateusz Bogusz has been a regular for the Poland’s U21 in the last 12 months, despite not featuring regularly with the Whites.
The 19-year-old starred in his country’s latest victories over Estonia and Russia this month, managing two goals and two assists in the process.
TVP Sport have since interviewed the midfielder, and he’s expressed his unhappiness over a lack of playing time with the English club.
“Here with the national team, I was able to play nice matches. I missed playing lately because at Leeds, I was mostly playing for the U23 team. I enjoy playing here. I hope it will continue like this,” he was quoted as saying by WP SportoweFakty.
Bogusz made two appearances in all competitions for Marcelo Bielsa’s side last season.
Leeds have returned to the Premier League, but the midfielder isn’t looking forward for the new season with his current employer.
Bogusz’s desire is to play regular football and he has several options to leave Elland Road on a temporary deal this summer.
“I’m still waiting. I hope I’ll be loaned out. I’d like to play in a more serious league every week because I miss ‘normal’ matches. Talks are still ongoing. I don’t want to tell you what the directions are, but there are several options,” the player explained.
A month ago, Bogusz signed a new contract at Elland Road and his current deal runs until 2023.