Yesterday it was confirmed in the Danish media the agent of Leeds United summer signing Pawel Cibicki recently met with Brondby with regards to to move for the player.
The 23 year old joined Leeds United from Malmo just before deadline day, but has hardly figured in the league since his arrival at Leeds United.
Subsequently his representative last month held meetings with Brondby’s sporting director in a Copenhagen hotel to discuss a possible shock transfer.
Despite these discussions it’s unlikely the Leeds United player will join the Danish club, and further meetings aren’t expected. Since then Cibicki has made his debut for the Championship side and impressed against QPR last weekend.
A concern is that Cibicki’s agent is pushing for another move for the forward only a few months since the Swede joined Leeds United. Nochi Hamasor only became the youngster’s agent last May, but he’s come under scrutiny in the Swedish media in recent weeks.
Fotbollskanalen claimed last month that Hamasor is unlikely to be approved as an agent by the Swedish FA next summer when a new register is released, following reports he’s unlicensed.
This is likely to put doubts on whether he will continue to represent Cibicki or other players in the future, and would be a concern for Leeds United in any possible future movement.