Pawel Cibicki is thought to be closing in on another spell away from Leeds United.
However, the Swedish outfit’s director of sport, Stefan Andreasson, has refused to confirm the move at the moment.
“I have no comments on that. We present players when something is ready,” he said.
“We have done nothing but so it will be the first but we will see. The ambition is to get any player in place before we go to training camp next week.”
Cibicki has struggled during his time at Leeds following his arrival in 2017 when Thomas Christiansen splashed £1.44million on him, per Transfermarkt.
Cibicki’s future at Leeds appears to be non-existent under Marcelo Bielsa and a move to his homeland could be best for him.
Having spent last season on loan at Molde and returning to the club at the beginning of January, the 25-year-old may have hoped for a chance to impress the Argentine manager.
However, it seems he could be about to leave Elland Road once again, with the possibility of making his return to the Allsvenskan permanent.
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