Leeds United are plotting a second bid for FC Twente’s Mateusz Klich according to Dutch publication Tubantia. Leeds have already had a bid rejected for the Polish international but the figure is unknown.
The 27-year-old midfielder has only been at FC Twente for one season after joining on a free transfer from German side Kaiserslautern last summer. Klich made 29 appearances scoring six goals and four assists from midfield which helped guide FC Twente to a 7th place finish.
Although he’s still got three years left on his contract he is “eagerly awaiting” a move away from FC Twente.
The new Leeds manager, Thomas Christiansen, hasn’t brought anyone into Elland Road as of yet but it’s quite obvious he does need to add in some quality if he is serious about getting Leeds back into the Premier League. Leeds United’s midfield is arguably one of their strongest areas with the likes of Eunan O’Kane, Liam Bridcutt, Ronaldo Viera and Kalvin Phillips available for Christiansen to use. The signing of Mateusz Klich would top off a very good Championship midfield.
With Charlie Taylor wanting to leave for the Premier League and star striker Chris Wood being heavily linked with a shock move to fierce local rivals Huddersfield Town it’s extremely likely Mateusz Klich won’t be the only big signing for the West Yorkshire giants.