Mateusz Bogusz made his senior debut for Leeds United last season and finished the campaign with only two appearances in all competitions.
He played the full 90 minutes in the Whites’ EFL Cup defeat to Stoke City last August and made his league debut in the last match of the previous campaign, against Charlton Athletic.
Three months ago, the midfielder admitted he considered going out on loan last summer, but the Championship winners blocked his exit. Bogusz stressed in July that he wants to go out on loan in the current window.
“Now I’m going to go, one hundred percent, we’ve already talked about it. First I will sign a new contract and then I will go out on loan,” Bogusz told TVP Sport in July.
The Poland U21 international has already signed a new deal at Elland Road and his contract runs until 2023.
Piłka Nożna spoke to Bogusz’s compatriot and Leeds teammate, Mateusz Klich, and asked him if it’s a good idea for the 18-year-old to move elsewhere on a temporary deal this summer.
Responding to that, Klich said: “He’s a very good and talented boy. I talked to him and I know he wants to, and probably will go [out on loan] to play and gain experience.”
Klich, 30, signed a new deal with Marcelo Bielsa’s side last November and his current deal will keep him at Leeds until 2024. The Poland international is not sure where he will end his playing career.
“I have a contract with the club until 2024, so I will be 34 then, which is a lot. But will I stay here permanently? I don’t know, it will be a long time before my career ends,” he explained.