Leeds United midfielder Mateusz Klich has admitted he could return to Poland when his time in the Premier League organization ends, speaking to Przeglad Sportowy.
No wonder the cliché has gotten tired of late.
Few players in Europe have made more appearances for club and country in the past four years, and it’s not as if the cliché is the quickest of spring chickens these days. The Polish international had turned 32 earlier in June.
But, for the first time since the summer of 2018, there’s a very real possibility that the cliché will start a new season while looking out. The £24m signing of the so-called ‘Kai Havertz of America’ in Brendan Aarons should in theory see one of Leeds’ longest-serving players move from a guaranteed starter to an experienced back-up.
What next for Mateusz cliché at Leeds United?
And, on the fifth anniversary of his arrival at land Road from Eredivisie outfit FC Twente, Cliché admitted that the prospect of ending his career where it all began is very appealing.
“Maybe I will say goodbye to the ball in the colors of Cracovia, from which I stepped into the world?” says Klich, who made his professional debut for the Ekstraklasa organization in 2008.
“I will be back in this city (Krakow). I hope I have options when I come back (Poland).
Following the transformational appointment of Marcelo Bielsa, Cliché has started around 150 league games since the start of 2018/19. Naturally, a player who arrived in Leeds during the short-lived reign of Thomas Christiansen admitted that nearly four years of relentless football had taken its toll.
“I’m a little tired because I’ve played almost every Leeds game in the last three years,” he says. “My body has felt it but there is no permanent damage. I love playing football and will keep doing it as long as my legs carry me.
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