Leeds United striker Pawel Cibicki has completed a move to ADO Den Haag. The Dutch club have confirmed the signing of Cibicki on a loan deal with the option to buy him.
Cibicki’s loan spell at Swedish club Elfsborg expired and there was talk that he might return. However, he has decided to move to the Netherlands instead, penning a loan deal with Den Haag.
This could be his permanent destination as the Eredivisie outfit have signed him on a loan-to-buy agreement. Cibicki will give Den Haag options in attack as he can play as a striker, winger or in the number 10 role.
The 25-year-old’s time at Leeds has not been as successful as he might have hoped. After joining on a four-year deal in summer 2017, he has only managed 10 outings and he did not score a goal.
There are still two years remaining on his contract but his time at Leeds could be over. The former Poland and Sweden youth international has spent time on loan with Molde, Elfsborg and now Den Haag – he could be set for a permanent exit next summer.
Cibicki’s future at Leeds looks bleak. He has failed to get a run in the team and despite impressing in Sweden, it looks like the Whites have moved on. A permanent exit is in the best interests of all parties.
He has his work cut out with Den Haag, who have lost the opening three games of the Eredivisie campaign. With just four goals in the first three matches, Cibicki will bolster their striker options.