Out-of-favour Leeds United forward Pawel Cibicki was spotted in the crowd watching a Legia Warsaw match last week to spark rumours that he could leave the club this summer, and Whites fans were quick to react to his potential exit on Twitter.
The 24-year-old moved to Elland Road from Malmo on a four-year deal on the last day of the 2017 summer transfer window, but he struggled to make a positive impact under previous boss Thomas Christiansen.
The Swede provided two assists in eight appearances in all competitions for the Yorkshire outfit, before he was frozen out of the first-team picture altogether by current manager Paul Heckingbottom, only making the substitutes’ bench on four occasions since the start of February and not playing a single minute of football.
We asked Leeds fans to vote on our poll to see whether they believed the club should keep the attacker and give him a second chance to impress next season, but a huge 71% said they wouldn’t.
They obviously weren’t impressed with the few glimpses they have had of the forward, and feel that they need to be doing better if they are to finally secure a top-six finish in the Championship next term.