Leeds United scout Jakub Bokiej claimed on social networking site Twitter last month that Kamil Miazek had joined the club on trial.
Bokiej stated that the 21-year-old goalkeeper had joined the Leeds Under-23 and the first team on trial.
It seems that the Polish youngster has impressed the footballing chiefs at the West Yorkshire outfit, and that he has earned a contract.
Bokiej, who states on his official Twitter page that he is a Manchester City Academy Scout and Leeds United Academy Scout, has revealed that Miazek has received an offer from the Whites.
Given Miazek’s relative first-team inexperience, he is unlikely to challenge for a place in Leeds senior side anytime soon, but some fans want him to.
The 27-year-old goalkeeper started the season strongly enough, but the former Germany Under-20 international had made mistakes in recent games.
Can he play Saturday— mark Flather (@markfla82) October 10, 2017
Career Stats so far Appearances 36 conceded 54, surely we need better than this— Chris Badley (@chrisbadley) October 10, 2017
If hes wearing the badge I'll give him a chance, but Im very skeptical about new keepers since felix's recent performances— Chris Badley (@chrisbadley) October 10, 2017
yes get him signed...— johnmat64 (@spirejohn1302) October 9, 2017
Let’s hope he knows how to actually catch and then smother the ball, instead of this ludicrous fashion for parrying and punching!— Steve Kimber (@stevenkimber) October 10, 2017
Bye felix— David Wainwright (@dayvid58) October 10, 2017
Hope he's good.Don't know anything about him. We don't want to build up a big squad of "potentials". Should be quality not quantity.— WJ (@jessop_william) October 10, 2017
Needs to go out on loan, Was supposed to be going to Oldham but they pulled out.— David Haines (@SkyDaveLeeds) October 10, 2017
Hope so because I have no confidence in our present keeper.— Neil Pearson (@NeilPea56396945) October 10, 2017
Maybe better than the one we have— Paul s Bulmer (@PaulsBulmer3) October 10, 2017