Leeds United are reportedly prepared to sanction the exit of attacker Pawel Cibicki in January, but this is something that could backfire on manager Marcelo Bielsa.
According to the Yorkshire Evening Post, one MLS club is planning a raid for the 24-year-old and Bielsa believes there is no need for him at Elland Road.
The left-winger has spent half a season on loan with Norwegian club Molde, which has effectively ended following the end of their domestic season.
He scored three goals and supplied four assists in 18 games for them, while he hardly got any chances during his time in Yorkshire with just 10 first team appearances.
Bielsa has already enjoyed great success with previous outcasts such as Mateusz Klich and giving up on Cibicki could be a mistake.
Leeds are hardly blessed with tons of options in wide areas and are rotating between Jack Harrison, Pablo Hernandez, Ezgjan Alioski and Jack Clarke.
The Yorkshire giants are only an injury or two away from trouble out wide and it could be worth keeping Cibicki around the squad following his return from loan.
He has also hardly had a fair chance to show his quality, but he can provide some great crosses into the box and add an extra depth to the squad in the hunt for promotion.