Elfsborg manager Jimmy Thelin has told the Swedish media re-signing Pawel Cibicki is a decision which will have to be made by Leeds United.
The 25 year old joined the Swedish club on loan during the last transfer window and he’s impressed since returning to his home country. However, his loan spell has now ended, and he’s returned to Leeds United.
Fotbollskanalen have reported on comments Thelin has made in his press conference when asked if Elfsborg would be re-signing the attacker: “We have borrowed him until now and then we will see what happens in the future. Right now he belongs to Leeds. They decide.”
Cibicki joined Leeds United in 2017 but failed to make a real impact in his time at Elland Road and was subsequently loaned to Molde and then Elfsborg.
Since going out on loan the player has managed to kickstart his career and he also had a decent spell whilst playing in Norway for Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s Molde.
Despite returning to Leeds United there’s still a good chance he could return to Sweden as he’s seemingly not in the plans of Marcelo Bielsa.
After joining the Allsvenskan side on loan in January, Cibicki scored four goals in twelve league games.