Pawel Cibicki has been sent out on loan again. Leeds United’s official website confirms that Cibicki has joined ADO Den Haag on a season-long loan deal until next summer.
The Dutch side, who have lost their opening three Eredivisie games, have an option to make Cibicki’s deal permanent. The versatile forward may have played his final game for the Whites.
Cibicki joined Leeds in 2017 after impressing in Sweden for Malmo. But he has not enjoyed success in England. During his stint at Elland Road, the 25-year-old has only managed 10 outings, including seven games in the league.
In 2018, Cibicki headed out on loan to Molde, who play in the Norwegian top-flight. Last season, he was at Elfsborg in Sweden and there were whispers that he could return. However, he has moved to the Netherlands instead.
He joins ADO Den Haag without a goal to his name for Leeds and he could complete a permanent transfer next summer. For now, the former Poland youth international’s task will be keeping ADO Den Haag in the top-flight in Holland.
Here are some tweets from Leeds fans discussing Cibicki’s exit.