As per the Daily Mail, Leeds United have seen a £180,000 bid for Lech Poznan winger Kamil Jozwiak knocked back, with the Polish topflight side keen on keeping the teenage sensation till the end of the campaign.
Having scouted him and gotten satisfied with what they saw, the Elland Road outfit identified Jozwiak as one of their top January transfer targets.
However, Poznan believe the 19-year-old is a future asset, and would likely demand for more for his signature come summer.
The side’s president Karol Klimczak confirmed Leeds bid, claiming: “I can confirm that we got this offer (from Leeds), but I firmly believe that we are not interested in parting with Kamil in the winter”.
Jozwiak has been afforded just a start in 4 appearances across all competitions this term, but has managed to register 2 goals.
Leeds’ recent woeful run is forcing them into looking to bolster their squad in January, and the Polish youngster might come handy then and in the future.
From the look of things, though, they might have to wait till summer if they are to have a chance of landing him.