Leeds United have reportedly offered £175,000 for the 19-year-old.
Leeds United fans have not taken well to reports linking them with a move for Polish winger Kamil Jozwiak.
According to Sport.pl, Leeds have been tracking the Lech Poznan player for some time, and have made a bid of £175,000 ahead of the January transfer window.
But according to Poznan president Karol Klimczak, Jozwiak is unlikely to leave the Ekstraklasa side before the end of his contract, which expires next summer.
"I can confirm that we got this offer [from Leeds], but I firmly believe that we are not interested in parting with Kamil in the winter," Klimczak is quoted as telling Sport.
The 19-year-old impressed with two goals and an assist in five appearances in the early stages of this campaign, but lost his place back in August, allegedly due to contractual reasons.
Despite Jowiak's potential, however, many Leeds fans on Twitter are not impressed with their director of football's apparent preference of raw talent over proven quality.
Here's what they've been saying:
You get what u pay !! Another fringe player - put the money in to 2 marquee signings !!— Super Leeds (@superleedsutd72) 8 November 2017
When will #Lufc learn that to get promoted from the #Championship, you need proven quality. It’s the hardest league to get out of. If you play at it, you don’t get promotion #Simples Come on #Lufc, invest and get us promoted #Mot.— Rob Chapers (@Superleeds01) 9 November 2017
Great another of Orta boys, when will Radz learn!?— LUFC NO1 (@RMcgoran) 9 November 2017
Another one of Ortas brilliant buys— Bri (@bri0142) 9 November 2017
Cheap option again these cheaper option are not what’s needed we need quality proven for now not the future— Mark Laurie (@weasel260967) 8 November 2017
Can i pretend it says Kamil Grosicki?— Liam Jenkins (@LiamJenkins85) 8 November 2017
Should #lufc really be offering €200k for a 19 year old winger? Hasn't Orta seen the clear demand for players a little more established? :S— Daryl (@Dazelar29) 8 November 2017