Sources: Leeds have accepted six-figure Mateusz Bogusz bid
Los Angeles FC have completed the signing of Mateusz Bogusz after Leeds United accepted a six-figure offer from the US side, sources have told Football Insider.
The 21-year-old has joined on a four-year deal after the Major League Soccer outfit tied up all the formalities of the deal.
Bogusz was well down the pecking order at Leeds and has spent three consecutive seasons on loan in Spain.
It is believed that Whites boss Javi Gracia sanctioned his exit as the midfielder did not feature in his long-term plans.
Bogusz saw his loan spell at Spanish second-division side UD Ibiza cut short to allow him to sign for LAFC.
The Poland Under-21 international has featured regularly for Ibiza this term, scoring twice in 24 appearances – which included 12 starts.
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He has netted seven goals and eight assists in 65 appearances across three separate loans in Spain.
Bogusz made two starts for Leeds in the League Cup since joining the club in the summer of 2019 – and made an additional substitute appearance in the Championship.
He can complete an immediate move to Major League Soccer as their transfer window does not slam shut until 24 April.
LAFC are a force to be reckoned with in US football after the club won both the Supporters’ Shield and MLS Cup in the 2022 season.
Leeds, meanwhile, face the threat of relegation to the Championship this term just three years after their promotion to the top-flight.
Gracia’s side are 14th in the table but have a lead of just two points over the bottom three clubs.
They return to action after the international break with a clash against table-topping Arsenal on Saturday (1 April).
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