As Sport Witness explained several times, the Kamil Jozwiak to Leeds United rumours were something of a murky mess.

That Leeds United had submitted an offer seemed pretty nailed on, given it was confirmed by Lech Poznan’s vice president.

According to the Polish media, that offer was for €200k plus a percentgae of a future sale, but Lech rejected it. Despite that, Jozwiak’s representatives told Lech it was the move to Leeds United and England which was desired, and everything was left in the air.

With the 19 year old’s contract ending in the summer, Lech were under pressure. No January sale would see Jozwiak edge closer to a free transfer, and be able to go to England.

The move itself caused worry in Poland, with the media not believing Jozwiak is even close to ready to take such a step. And now it seems he isn’t. Lech Poznan’s stance has worked and Jozwiak has extended his contract.

That’s according to reports all around the Polish media, and the player’s agent.

Given how everyone was at war a couple of weeks ago, with the agents being blamed for all kinds of things and Lech so unhappy they released a statement detailing that, it’s quite a sensational turnaround in a short timeframe.

As for Leeds United, they can look elsewhere, which may be a blessing for everyone involved.