Leeds United will have a fight on their hands to keep midfielder Mateusz Klich, as multiple European clubs queue for the Polish international.
The 32-year-old has failed to start a game under Jesse Marsch this season, and it looks like a way out of Elland Road is his best option. According to TEAMtalk, Klich has interest from France, Italy and Germany ahead of the January transfer window.
Klich will be with the club as he failed to make the Poland World Cup squad, with reports claiming his lack of game time being the main reason he was omitted from Czesław Michniewicz’s final 26.
The midfielder has been a great servant to the club, having spent five years at Elland Road. Klich was crucial to Leeds promotion from the Championship, he provided six goals and five assists, only Patrick Bamford, Jack Harrison and Pablo Hernandez had more goal contributions.
With the arrival of Marc Roca and Tyler Adams this summer, Klich has found game time hard to come by – he has only played 199 minutes this campaign. The new signings have kept him out of the team due to how well they fit in Marsch’s pressing style, however they have not produced the output that Klich has provided in previous years.
Should Leeds consider selling Klich?
Klich would find it hard to break into Jesse Marsch’s starting lineup barring injury, as the trio of Adams, Roca and Aaronson have already endeared themselves to the Elland Road faithful with inspiring performances.
I believe if the January window comes around, the club should part ways with the Polish international.