Mateusz Bogusz’s struggle to enjoy regular minutes at Leeds United convinced him to spend the 2020/21 season on loan at UD Logroñés.
The midfielder was a regular in the first half of the season, but was left out of the second division Spanish club’s starting lineup since the end of January.
His temporary spell with Logroñés has come to an end and he’s currently on vacation. This also allowed the 19-year-old to give an interview to Łączy Nas Piłka.
The Whites player admitted he ‘practically had no contact’ with the Logroñés manager because he ‘didn’t speak English’, and this resulted in misunderstandings at times.
Bogusz has hinted this could be the reason for not enjoying regular minutes at the Spanish club in 2021.
The Poland U19 international is aware he needs to go elsewhere again this summer as his chances of featuring regularly with Marcelo Bielsa’s side are slim next season.
“Yes, [have two years left on my contract], with an option to extend it for another year. Rather, my return to England at this point is probably not a priority, because at Leeds, my chances of playing are low, so I still want to go on loan,” he said.
“I want to develop and keep playing, that’s what I’ve missed recently and that’s what I care about.”
When further pressed about his future, Bogusz explained: “It will be decided in the second half of June, we will talk about it with the Leeds authorities, and at the moment I do not know too much about it.
“Return to Poland? I don’t know if that would be a step back for me. I have to think carefully about everything, but there are interests from other clubs.
“For sure I am not cancelling any proposal at the moment, I am open to offers, but I also know one thing that now I have to go to a club that will suit me with the style of the game, and I must fit into the coach’s concept.”