Leicester City are monitoring New England Revolution’s Adam Buksa, according to reports coming out of Poland.
The 25-year-old spent his playing career in the Polish league before making a switch to the Major League Soccer in 2020.
He has 10 goals and two assists in 23 games for his club in this calendar year and a move to MLS has not stopped Poland manager Paulo Sousa from picking the forward for the national team.
During the September international break, he managed four goals against Albania and San Marino and also started the clash against England in Warsaw on Wednesday.
According to Kanału Sportowego journalist Mateusz Borek, relayed by Polskie Radio 24, the player ‘drew attention’ from Brendan Rodgers’ side.
Borek further adds the Foxes scouts were in attendance at the PGE Narodowy to watch Buska in action for Poland against the Three Lions.
That’s about the only information mentioned about Leicester regarding Buska, whose contract with New England Revolution will run down in December 2022.