Leeds United have been very impressive in the current campaign as they continue to work towards securing promotion the Premier League.
The Whites will be delighted with how things have panned out so far this season. Indeed, promotion to the Premier League could be made easy if Marcelo Bielsa brings in a couple of quality of players in January.
However, it appears as if the Yorkshire club are set to wave goodbye to one of their more fringe players, as according to Sportbladet (via The 72), Pawel Cibicki is heading back out on loan in January.
Pawel Cibicki is heading back out on loan in January, as he is set to return home to play for Elfsborg.
Indeed, the attacker played for Molde during the first half of the season, scoring three goals and providing three assists in 13 appearances.
And, with the 24-year-old still out of Bielsa’s plans at Elland Road, another loan move seems like the right option.
Pawel Cibicki struggled to make an impact during his first season at Leeds United, so he has had to deal with a string of loan moves in recent times.
Indeed, the attacker has shown that he can score goals and provide assists and was one of the shining lights at Molde, impressing in almost every matches, but there’s currently no place for him at Elland Road.
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