Leeds United have had their fair share of teenage talent, and then some, but the West Yorkshire clubs fans are excited by a young prospect brought in from outside the club this summer.
Mateusz Bogusz is a Polish Youth International, who Leeds acquired from Polish side Ruch Chorzów.
At just 17-years-old he has an exciting future ahead of him, scoring in Leeds’ friendly win over York City last week he has been selected on Leeds’ pre-season tour in Australia, where the young attacking midfielder could line up against Manchester United today.
Fans have been enthralled by the youngsters potential for a while, but with Leeds first team regular and Senior Polish International counter-part Mateusz Klich stating that Bogusz will be better than he is, and soon, the fans have kept an even keener eye on him.
Some footage of Bogusz during free-kick practice while in Australia has emerged, which shows the player scoring a wonderful free-kick and the fans have reacted accordingly as usual.
— WeAreLeeds (@WeAreLeeds8) July 15, 2019
An excellent effort from the youngster, here’s a pick of the fan reaction…
I can see it now: he tears Man U a new one on Wednesday, tears up the Championship, Man U buy him in January…
— Dave (@dav1dman) July 15, 2019
He's still a kid but has massive potential. 1st team this season I reckon
— Stuart Marshall (@Marsh_Spain) July 15, 2019
Bielsa will take his time to introduce him bit I believe it will be this season if only in cup competitions
— Dumpfor (@Dumpforsp) July 16, 2019
going to be class this kid
— Micky Padge (@mickipadgett) July 15, 2019
Unreal for 8 years old
— Matt Lobley (@lobby_87) July 16, 2019
Bogusz will in the first team, he has a very bright future ahead. I predict world class
— Hagar the Horrible (@Hagar62lufc) July 16, 2019
A fine snippet of the thoughts of the fans, but it remains to be seen as to whether the young man will get his opportunity in the first team this season… if he does, he could well be a hidden jewel in Leeds’ crown as they chase promotion back to the Premier League.