Who is more pointless for Leeds: Hadi Sacko or Pawel Cibicki?

A general view of Elland Road Stadium prior to kick off in the Sky Bet Championship League match between Leeds United and Bolton Wanderers, at Elland Road Stadium on March 5, 2016 in Leeds,...

Leeds United have two attackers that are simply not up to scratch.

Scott Malone of Fulham and Hadi Sacko of Leeds United in action during the Sky Bet Championship match between Fulham and Leeds United at Craven Cottage on March 7, 2017 in London, England.

Leeds United have so many attacking players on their books right now that some were always going to fall out of favour, and so it has proved with summer signing Pawel Cibicki, who has barely got a look in despite costing a pretty penny when he arrived at Elland Road from Malmo.

The Swede has only made the bench for four Championship games this season and is yet to get a single minute in that competition.

Sweden's forward Pawel Cibicki vies for the ball during the UEFA U-21 European Championship Group A football match Poland v Sweden in Lublin, Poland on June 19, 2017.

In contrast, winger Hadi Sacko has got 88 minutes of league action but is still well down the pecking order, and in truth neither player looks to have a long-term future at Leeds.

It would be easy to look at Sacko's appearances off the bench and suggest he is at least a better option than Cibicki, but in truth the erratic winger has offered little and does not look like changing the game when he does get the call.

Thomas Christiansen manager of Leeds United during the Sky Bet Championship match between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Leeds United at Molineux on November 22, 2017 in Wolverhampton,...

Wingers are often frustrating beasts but the Leeds man is more frustrating than most, and one wonders why the club spent money on him when they would later bring in players who can actually make a positive impact at Elland Road.

Cibicki appears to have been written off already while Sacko is thrown on in desperate times only to run around like a headless chicken and add to his already hefty list of critics.

In time the Frenchman may come good, but do not expect that to be at Leeds, while Cibicki's absence means we can only assume his fate has been all but sealed behind the scenes.

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