Leeds United goalkeeper Kamil Miazek is on Huddersfield Town’s radar as Carlos Corberan continues to consider bringing in familiar faces this summer, according to The Sun on Sunday (9/8; page 60).
It was The Sun on Sunday (26/7; page 63) who reported that the Terriers wanted Robbie Gotts on loan in the wake of Corberan’s appointment.
And it now appears that he has another Leeds youngster on his radar.
The Sun on Sunday (9/8; page 60) reports that Miazek is wanted by Corberan.
It is suggested that he will be given the chance to fight for the number one spot.
TBR View: Question mark surrounding Miazek’s Leeds future
It is not yet clear what the future holds for Miazek. He saw out this past season with Leeds despite Transfermarkt showing that his contract expired in June. Interestingly, he was not named by the club as one of the players to have had their deals extended into July.
Transfermarkt does note that Leeds have the option to extend his contract by a further year. But it has not yet been announced whether that option will be taken.
He is a player Marcelo Bielsa has recently praised. In comments reported by Leeds Live, the Leeds boss insisted that Miazek had earned his promotion to the bench for the penultimate game against Derby after impressing in training.
All options could well be on the table. Bielsa showed with Clarke Oduor last summer that he is not prepared to stand in a highly-rated young player should he be offered the chance to move if he is going to struggle for game-time at Elland Road (via Yorkshire Evening Post).
So perhaps Bielsa will leave the door open for Miazek to leave should he want to.