According to the Daily Mail, Leeds United have made a bid for Polish teenager Kamil Jozwiak. However, it is believed that the offer has been rejected by the youngster’s current club, Lech Poznan.
19-year-old Jozwiak has been one of the most promising young players in Poland for a number of months now and has recently broken into the first team set-up at Poznan.
The tricky winger is out of contract with his Polish club at the end of the current season and Leeds have reportedly offered £180,000 to secure his services in January.
However, Lech Poznan’s president has rebuffed the offer and would rather his star youngster see out his contract with the Ekstraklasa club.
With Leeds struggling with form of late, fans were hoping for some serious investment in January to solidifiy a promotion push. However, they are clearly dissapointed in the lack of ambition that a transfer of this calibre shows and made their feelings clear on Twitter…
You get what u pay !! Another fringe player – put the money in to 2 marquee signings !!
— Super Leeds (@superleedsutd72) November 8, 2017
When will #Lufc learn that to get promoted from the #Championship, you need proven quality. It’s the hardest league to get out of. If you play at it, you don’t get promotion #Simples Come on #Lufc, invest and get us promoted #Mot.
— Rob Chapers (@Superleeds01) November 9, 2017
How about players with championship and PL experience?
— Eggman (@2eggman) November 8, 2017
WE NEED PLAYERS WITH CHAMPIONSHIP EXPERIENCE FFS pic.twitter.com/rMfH09YJbj
— Mip (@mipsical) November 9, 2017
£180,00? Still trying to splash the cash then #lufc
— markcally (@markcally8) November 9, 2017
— James (@YokshireJAMES) November 9, 2017