Mateusz Bogusz could leave Leeds United in the near future with Napoli a potential destination for the youngster, according to Italian journalist Antonello Gallo.
Bogusz, 18, had a revealing interview with Polish news outlet Weszlo last week, in which he said that Napoli made an offer to take him on trial before he left Ruch Chorzow to join Leeds.
And now it seems that the Serie A giants could come back in for Bogusz if he ends up exiting Elland Road, according to Gallo.
As quoted by ArenaNapoli, the Italian “expert” on foreign football said: “Now he could leave from Leeds and Napoli could retry the contact. It is an investment for the future.”
Bogusz would certainly be one for the future for Napoli because that seems to be the way he is seen at Leeds United.
Marcelo Bielsa already has the central midfielder within his sights as in the summer he was included in the first team’s tour of Australia and has appeared on the bench a number of times in the Championship.
Bogusz has also been handed a senior debut by Bielsa when he was played in the Carabao Cup defeat to Stoke in August.
It would be a bit odd if Leeds got rid of Bogusz any time soon as he’s only 18-years-old and is clearly admired by Bielsa.
His contract does expire next year, though, and that should be something the Whites sort out.
In other Leeds United news, an update on West Brom’s loanees could be huge for Leeds and their loan stars.