Leeds United midfielder Mateusz Klich has dropped a huge hint on Twitter that he could on his way out of Elland Road in January.
Klich, 27, responded to a tweet from Polish journalist Poitr Wolosik’s personal Twitter account that claimed the former FC Twente player is unhappy with the Championship side and could be involved in a transfer next month.
The 10-times Poland international replied on his personal Twitter account with “#breakingnews”, suggesting that there is no secrecy behind the fact that he could exit Elland Road.
Mateusza Klicha, który ma kłopoty z graniem w Leeds, zaprasza do siebie Lech,a intetesuje się nim też Legia. Zimą może być ciekawy transfer
— Piotr Wołosik (@PiotrWolosik) December 14, 2017
— Mateusz Klich (@Cli5hy) December 14, 2017
Since signing for Leeds in the summer, Klich has made just eight appearances across all competitions and has managed to earn just one starts in the Championship.
He seems to be well down the pecking order in Thomas Christiansen’s plans and after making his frustration public on social media, he may not be in the Danish manager’s good books at the moment.
Football Insider verdict
It is fair for Klich to be frustrated by his lack of game time, but speaking out on social media with daft hashtags to journalists will not be helping his cause in any way. Christiansen will no doubt want the Polish midfielder to put his effort into training and spend less time on Twitter moaning about his lack of game time. It may be best for all parties concerned if they just part ways in January but Klich’s behaviour could really leave a sour taste in the mouths of all involved. The midfielder has not shown that he is good enough for the Whites and they could make a bit of money on him next month to try and strengthen the left-back problem area.
In other Leeds United news, the Whites have been left angered by this enforcer deal and have a double agreement on the cards for January.