Leeds United’s Mateusz Bogusz has seen his playing time restricted with UD Logroñés in recent months.
Since the start of February, the midfielder has been restricted to 137 minutes of action in the last 14 Segunda División matches.
The Poland U21 international is attracting interest from his country as Legia Warsaw are looking at the possibility of taking the Whites owned player on a loan deal in the summer.
On April 17th, Meczyki reported ‘advanced talks are underway’ between the Polish side and the 19-year-old, and the latter is ‘determined’ to reunite with his former Poland U21 coach, Czesław Michniewicz, at Legia Warsaw.
Sport.pl have carried out a detailed interview with the Ekstraklasa side’s manager and Michniewicz was quizzed about the recent reports about Legia Warsaw’s interest in signing Bogusz on a loan deal.
Michniewicz confirmed his desire to sign the Leeds midfielder, but fears the Polish club could struggle in completing the transfer.
“I like players of this type like Mateusz. He has a great technique, a sense for a combination game,” Michniewicz said about Bogusz.
“He has had a tremendous amount of work with coach Marcelo Bielsa in terms of getting around the pitch. He shows his behaviour as a model.
“I must admit that I would like him to be in Legia. It may not be a realistic transfer, because Bielsa did not want to agree to loan Mateusz to Spain. Many English clubs prefer to loan them to League One than to another leagues, and unfortunately they treat us that way.
“As of today, I would give a few percent chance of succeeding [to sign Bogusz], even though I would very much like him to come to Legia.”