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Report: Leeds in advanced talks with Legia Warsaw over Mateusz Bogusz

Leeds United appear to be closing in on an agreement that would see Mateusz Bogusz move to Legia Warsaw, according to a report from Polish outlet Meczyki.

Bogusz has arguably become something of a forgotten man around Elland Road. The 19-year-old left the Whites on loan last summer, heading to the Spanish second division.

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Unfortunately, his time with Logrones has hardly seen Bogusz really catch the eye. And it seems that he is not expected to be at Leeds next year.

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According to Meczyki, advanced talks over a move to Legia Warsaw are underway. It is claimed that the teenager is determined to make the switch.

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The report notes that it is not yet clear whether a move would be another loan or a permanent deal. It is suggested that a loan with an option to buy could be an option.

TBR View: Leeds have the depth to let Bogusz go permanently

It would be a real shame to see Bogusz leave permanently. There was a spell ahead of Marcelo Bielsa’s second season when it appeared that he was going to be in and around the first-team fold.

However, to date, he has only made a couple of senior appearances since his £172,000 move. And in truth, Leeds look to have the depth to cope should they decide to let him leave.

Joe Gelhardt has been a revelation for the under-23s this season. Meanwhile, Sam Greenwood looks to have the ability to play in any role around the final third.

If Leeds fear that Bogusz’s development has stagnated – and that may not be the case in the slightest – they may feel that it is best for everyone to let him go permanently this summer.

But if any move proves to be another loan, there will be reason to think that the door is still very much open to Bogusz at Elland Road.

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