Leeds signed Swedish international Pawel Cibicki in 2017 for a fee reported by the YEP to be in the region of £1.5 million.
Despite occasionally impressing during his first season with the club he was allowed to join Norwegian side Molde. Marcelo Bielsa had decided he was not up to scratch for his style of play at Elland Road and Cibicki spent the second half of the Norwegian season at Molde.
Once that deal came to an end, he was sent back to Sweden, joining Elfsborg on another half season deal.
This week has seen Elfsborg director Stefan Andreasen tell FotbollSkanalen that his club want to keep Cibicki.
“There were three parties who found a good solution last time and we will see if there is a possibility once again.
“It is clear that we would like to see Pawel remain in Elfsborg but we are happy that we found the solution we have now. Anything else is not relevant right now. We have respect for Leeds and what has happened in their season end and will certainly have discussions now.”
Cibicki appears to be somewhat harshly treated at Leeds. He put in some impressive displays at the club under Thomas Christiansen but was quite swiftly written off.
However, he is not of the standard Leeds need if they are to improve on the current squad. Cibicki is enjoying himself back in his homeland and Leeds should do what they can to facilitate his exit once again when his current loan spell ends in July.