The Football League Paper - - CHAMPIONSHIP - By James An­drew

MATEUSZ Klich could be on his way out of Leeds af­ter just six months, with man­ager Thomas Chris­tiansen ad­mit­ting he is well down the peck­ing or­der at El­land Road.

The Pol­ish in­ter­na­tional ar­rived at Leeds from Twente in the sum­mer but he is al­ready be­ing linked to a re­turn to the Nether­lands.

He has strug­gled to fit in at the Cham­pi­onship side, mak­ing just three league ap­pear­ances be­fore this week­end.

And, ac­cord­ing to re­ports in Poland this week, the 27-year-old is at­tract­ing plenty of in­ter­est from Dutch clubs.

While Chris­tiansen re­fused to say if he will be al­lowed to leave in January, he ad­mit­ted that Klich’s lack of re­cent game time is be­cause of the squad depth at Leeds.

He said: “He’s a de­fen­sive mid­fielder.

“This is his po­si­tion on the pitch and, right now, I have three, four in that sit­u­a­tion and I have to choose.

“We will talk about (whether he will stay).

“We still have a long time un­til January, many games and the things can change from one week to an­other.

“So this is why I need to have ev­ery­one fo­cused and pre­pared for these changes which can come.”

FU­TURE: Mateusz Klich

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