Leeds United flop Pawel Cibicki wants his future resolved quickly. In an interview with Swedish media outlet Fotboll Direkt, Cibicki hinted that he needed to secure a permanent move to Sweden.
Cibicki joined Leeds in summer 2017 but struggled to adapt to life in England. Prior to this move, the versatile forward had netted 12 times in 81 games for Malmo.
But he failed to take his build on his Swedish form when he moved to Elland Road. With just 10 appearances and no goals to his name in 2017/18, Cibicki was loaned to Norwegian Eliteserien side Molde, where he scored three times in 18 games.
In January 2019, the 25-year-old moved back to Sweden, where he joined Allsvenskan outfit IF Elfsborg. According to The Yorkshire Post, Elfsborg want the ex-Sweden U21 starlet permanently.
At the moment, the Swedish league is on a break. And during that break, Cibicki wants to thrash out his future with Leeds and Elfsborg.
As translated by Sport Witness, Cibicki told Fotboll Direkt: “We go on vacation on Monday and we don’t have a match for a few weeks, but at the same time I have to become clear with what is happening ahead.
“I don’t want to go but I’ve been told by everyone involved that we should find a solution during the break.”
It seems that Cibicki’s time at Leeds is coming to an end. A permanent move to Elfsborg appears to be in the best interests of all involved.