Mateusz Klich may leave Leeds United in the January transfer window if he does plan on getting regular game time and fighting his back in the Poland squad.
The Whites midfielder has featured sparingly under Jesse Marsch and most of his appearances have been off the bench.
This has resulted in him being dropped from the World Cup 2022 squad and that undoubtedly would’ve come as a huge blow for him.
Even journalists covering the Polish side were left surprised by his omission and it’s certainly got to do with his lack of playing time as most of the players picked start regularly for their clubs.
While Klich is unlikely to play in another World Cup again as he’ll be 36 by the time North America hosts the competition, he may still want to play for his country.
The Euros are only two years away and he could want a major international tournament to be the perfect swansong to his career with Poland.
Klich has played 192 games in his Leeds career and he did look like he was on the cusp of an exit in the summer, but ended up staying at the club.
However, he surely would have wanted to play more than he currently has and he could very well explore his options once the window opens and he may be having only a handful of games left in the Leeds United white.