Leeds United have signed goalkeeper Kamil Miazek, according to an image uploaded by his representatives at the INNfootball Agency.
The agency posted a message on Twitter on Tuesday of the 21-year-old, a former Poland Under-19 international, putting pen to paper on a deal with Leeds.
They captioned the image: “Done deal. Officially confirmed – Kamil Miazek a @LUFC player.”
Done deal????WRESZCIE OFICJALNIE POTWIERDZONY-Kamil Miazek zawodnikiem @LUFC ????powodzenia @kamil_miazek,najtrudniejsze chwile za Tob???Specjalne podzi?kowania dla @GSzamotulski #szamoobrona za wspólne treningi i przygotowanie Kamila do treningów w UK???? pic.twitter.com/SaIFo4oXEI
— INNfootball (@INNFOOTBALL_) January 11, 2018
Miazek, who was previously in Feyenoord’s academy, has been on trial with Leeds after leaving Polish outfit Chojniczanka Chojnice last summer to become a free agent.
He was pitched straight into action for United’s Under-23s against Hull City at Thorp Arch on Thursday afternoon.
Good move for Leeds?
Leeds have been busy stockpiling their development squad with some of Europe’s bright young talents since Andre Radrizzani and Victor Orta began their overhaul of the club’s playing staff earlier this summer. United have had a good look at Miazek and have decided to make him their fourth signing of the January window following the arrivals of defenders Aaop Halme and Laurens De Bock, and midfielder Yosuke Ideguchi, who has joined Cultural Leonesa on loan. Having spent the majority of his youth days playing with Feyenoord, it is unlikely that Miazek would be overawed by moving to the Championship giants. He has played for Poland at Under-19 level and clearly is an exciting talent. He could prove to be a smart acquisition.
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