Leeds United have a decision to make over Kamil Miazek.

A parting of ways could be likely for Leeds United and Kamil Miazek this summer.

Miazek’s contract is up at the end of the season, the Yorkshire Evening Post report. The signs don’t currently look good for a renewal.

Leeds signed the former Feyenoord youngster in January 2018 and he has not yet made the step up to the first team.

An injury suffered last month has put him further behind the curve.

The young Pole is one of several names behind first choice stopper Kiko Casilla at Leeds.

Bailey-Peacock-Farrell is next in line, followed by Will Huffer. 

Harrison Male and Joshua Rae are pushing too, both recently featuring for the under-23s.

First team boss Marcelo Bielsa could have played Miazek earlier this year in an injury crisis, but opted to go with Will Huffer instead.



Goalkeeper is becoming an embarrassment of riches for Leeds in the first team and under-23 department and there is little case to keep Miazek put.

He turns 23 in August, and needs to start playing senior football.

It’s time he pursues a future elsewhere for his own good. Even if an offer was on the table from Leeds, he should consider not taking it.

In other news, Agent suggests Spurs offer will arrive for £22m ace after Burnley saw bid rejected