Leeds United have signed young Polish goalkeeper Kamil Miazek, it has been confirmed by the player’s agency.
INNfootball announced on their official Twitter account on Thursday that Miazek, 21, has “finally” put pen to paper to agree terms with the Yorkshire giants, accompanied with a picture of the shot-stopper with what are likely to be his representatives.
Done deal????WRESZCIE OFICJALNIE POTWIERDZONY-Kamil Miazek zawodnikiem @LUFC ????powodzenia @kamil_miazek,najtrudniejsze chwile za Tobą✊️Specjalne podziękowania dla @GSzamotulski #szamoobrona za wspólne treningi i przygotowanie Kamila do treningów w UK???? pic.twitter.com/SaIFo4oXEI
— INNfootball (@INNFOOTBALL_) January 11, 2018
Miazek was thrown straight into the action with Leeds when he started between the sticks for the Under-23s side against Hull on Thursday, however the former Poland youth international will not be in a hurry to remember that game as he was sent off.
The goalkeeper is yet to really kick off his career in senior football after spells with Feyenood and Polish outfit Chojniczanka Chojnice, where he only made four appearances last season.
Football Insider verdict
It seems doubtful that Miazek has been signed up by Leeds to feature in the first-team. Both senior goalkeepers Felix Wiedwald and Andy Lonergan have been come under fire this season for poor performances and many fans want director of football Victor Orta and manager Thomas Christiansen to go out and buy a new one this month. However it seems that may be unlikely to happen in the near future with both of them only arriving at Elland Road in the summer and Christiansen making it clear that activity this month will be limited.
In other Leeds United news, there has been a major update in the Whites’ hunt to sign this powerhouse striker with a brilliant goal record.