Kamil Jozwiak isn’t playing for Lech Poznan right now.
With Leeds United having made an offer of €200k, which was confirmed by Lech Poznan’s president Karol Klimczak, the player has been the talk of the Polish sport media.
It’s a very messy situation, Jozwiak’s contract at Lech expires at the end of the season, and the club are unhappy with demands over a new one, refusing to agree.
A meeting held last Monday was meant to be a make or break conversation, and everything completely broke-down. During the Monday meeting, Jozwiak’s agent, accompanied by the player’s father, informed Lech the youngster wants a move to Leeds, and the Polish club were presented with the offer.
Lech released an official statement saying Joziwak wouldn’t be going anywhere until the summer, even though he hasn’t been playing for them. The Polish media believe the 19 year old has been barred from playing, and whilst Lech officially deny that, it certainly looks to be the case.
Now comes some brighter news, with Jozwiak surfacing on a football pitch… playing for Poland’s U20 team against Portugal. Wyborcza report the Leeds United target got the full 90 minutes in the 2-1 loss, and it’ll be good for Jozwiak to actually get a game.
There’s been no mention whether Leeds United had a scout in attendance.