By Aramide Oladipo
Leeds United have presented goalkeeper Kamil Miazek with a contract, according to an academy scout at Elland Road.
Jakub Bokiej posted on his personal Twitter account on Monday afternoon that the 21-year-old has been offered a contract by the Yorkshire club.
— Jakub Bokiej (@jbokiej1) October 9, 2017
Bokiej was also the one to confirm that Miazek had arrived at Elland Road to undergo a trial at the club after fellow Championship side Barnsley were also interested in snapping him up.
If he decides to put pen to paper, the young goalkeeper is likely to be feature for the Under-23 squad for the remainder of the campaign.
Miazek has plied his trade with Dutch giants Feyenoord during the early stages of his footballing career and he has also made an appearance for the Under-19 Poland national team.
The shot-stopper completed a deal with Polish second-tier side Chojniczanka Chojnice where he featured in four matches and kept one clean sheet in the process.
Football Insider verdict
Leeds United supporters will surely be pleased that their club are looking to invest in the next best talents in European football. Having spent the majority of his youth days playing with Feyenoord, it is likely that Miazek will not be overawed by moving to the Yorkshire club and he will surely embrace the pressure of trying to secure a place in the first-team squad in the near-future. It appears that the Whites are the only recognised club who are interested in the goalkeeper which means that any possible negotiations should run smoothly and a decision will surely be made sooner rather than later.
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