For the past three months, Mateusz Bogusz has been struggling for regular minutes at UD Logroñés.

The midfielder is currently on loan at the Segunda División side from Leeds United, and despite his recent struggles, he continues to draw attention from elsewhere.

Last month, Legia Warsaw manager Czesław Michniewicz already expressed his desire to sign the 19-year-old on a temporary deal.

According to WP SportoweFakty, Marcelo Bielsa’s side are expected to send the Poland U21 international out on loan again in the summer and they won’t have any problems in finding a new club.

It’s claimed there’s a ‘queue’ of takers as there are ‘clubs from seven countries’ interested in taking the Whites owned player.

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These include from the Bundesliga, Portugal and ‘several English teams’ from lower leagues. In addition to this, there are clubs from the Danish and Dutch league.

From Poland, Legia Warsaw are named as one of the suitors, and they are the only club named in WP SportoweFakty’s report.

It’s claimed the Premier League side are ready to sanction another loan move for Bogusz, but the Polish side are not interested in a dry loan deal. Leeds would also be in favour of inserting a redemption amount of €1.5m, but this figure is ‘too much’ for Legia Warsaw.

Leeds are more inclined towards a dry loan deal. If there’s an option to make the deal permanent in 2022, then the English club will also insert a €8m buyback clause.

With clubs from various countries interested in Bogusz and Leeds willing to let him go out again, the teenager is set for another loan move in the summer.