Mateusz Klich has insisted he won’t be going anywhere in the January window as speculation heats up again over his future at Leeds United.
Mirror Journalist david anderson reported this month that the Poland international was ‘walking out’ of Elland Road as Marcelo Bielsa wanted him to stay.
After starring in the 3-2 win at West Ham on Sunday, Klich put those social media rumors to bed with one of his classic joke posts.
writing on his own instagram account, Klich seemed to respond directly about those ties outside the club.
“I already told you I’m not going anywhere in January, stop calling me,” he said.
The last thing Leeds need right now is more players leaving the club unnecessarily.
Cody Drameh leaving on loan to join Cardiff has rubbed more than enough people the wrong way, so allowing a senior player to leave could tip them over.
Klich is playing every week now and should have been rewarded for his efforts with that goal at West Ham.
Why would he move on? He has the confidence of Bielsa and plays in a system that allows him to enter the final third as he wishes.
Of course, speculation increases in January as clubs and players look for offers, but we can thankfully put this one in the ‘not happening’ category.
In other Leeds United news, Phil Hay shared if Los Blancos are in the ‘advanced’ stages of any January signing