Leeds United player Mateusz Bogusz wanted UD Ibiza exit for months with Los Angeles FC transfer on cards
Leeds United-owned Mateusz Bogusz has reportedly wanted a permanent transfer for months and now appears to be getting his way.
According to Spanish media outlet COPE [23 March], he even told Ibiza he wanted to quit in the January window but a deal wasn’t feasible.
It has now been deemed impossible for him to stay at the club and Leeds too are welcoming the 21-year-old’s permanent transfer.
The Polish midfielder was sent out on loan to prove why he was worthy of a first-team role at Elland Road and he’s not done that.
He’s had multiple attempts to be a shining star so that the hierarchy at Leeds takes note and it’s fair to say that he’s been underwhelming.
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Hopefully, a move to the MLS will be ideal for him as the level of football isn’t as high and he could be one of the standout performers.
That could give him the confidence to once again try to make it in Europe at a top-flight club.
However, when it comes to his chapter at Leeds, that appears to be closed forever and we will be really surprised if the Whites have any clause attached in this deal.
They certainly can do with better players and continue to invest in young talent as they have in the past and those players can then compete for a first-team role.
In other Leeds United news, the Whites may have yet another injury concern going into the international break as player has trouble with his left ankle after the Wolves win.
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