Leeds United’s Mateusz Bogusz decided to go out on loan after struggling to get regular minutes under Marcelo Bielsa’s guidance last season.
The midfielder, who has seen his playing time limited in recent months at UD Logrones, will return to Elland Road in the summer.
Over the past few weeks, Legia Warsaw’s interest in signing the Whites owned player has been discussed in the Polish media.
On May 5th, WP SportoweFakty explained the Premier League side are ready to sell the 19-year-old, if a buyback clause can be inserted as part of the agreement.
Bogusz played under Legia Warsaw manager Czesław Michniewicz when the latter was managing Poland U21s.
Michniewicz had already expressed his side’s desire to take the Leeds midfielder and the 51-year-old has once again reiterated Legia Warsaw’s interest in signing his compatriot.
TVP Sport interviewed Michniewicz and asked if he’s in touch with Bogusz. He said: “Yes. We are in touch, but this is a complicated topic. The English club are in no hurry, it is not even known if Bielsa will lead Leeds next season.
“This is a distant topic because the club has time to choose the path for its midfielder. There will be something, but I do not count on Bogusz to become a serious topic for Legia from the beginning of the transfer window and the tournament.”
Bogusz’s contract runs until 2023 and Leeds sanctioning another loan move next season cannot be ruled out.