Leeds United’s Mateusz Bogusz was determined to go out on loan in the summer after managing only two first team appearances with the Whites last season.
On deadline day, the 19-year-old signed for second division Spanish side UD Logroñés on a temporary deal, and has been featuring regularly for the La Liga 2 side since the end of October.
The Poland U21 international has been talking to the media in his country, where he revealed he had offers from other clubs in Spain, Italy and Poland before joining Logroñés. The midfielder is of the belief he made the right decision to join the Segunda División side.
AS have now interviewed the Leeds owned man, and he said his “adaptation” at the club and in the city is “going well”.
Bogusz also revealed Leeds sporting director Victor Orta advised him to join the Spanish side, when explaining what convinced him to join Logroñés.
“I chose Logroño because I considered it a good place to grow. Also, the sporting director of Leeds, Victor Orta, told me that it seemed like a good way to show my potential,” he said.
Bogusz also discussed Marcelo Bielsa’s tough training techniques at Leeds United.
“I worked with him for a season and a half. He corrected many things, especially mentally and physically. I have never seen similar training or such specific methods. It’s hard, but that’s how you get 100 percent,” Bogusz explained.