How is Leeds United loanee Pawel Cibicki getting on in Holland?

Leeds United Pawel Cibicki during the Carabao Cup Fourth Round match between Leicester City and Leeds United at The King Power Stadium on October 24, 2017 in Leicester, England.

Leeds loanee is not faring too well.

Dennis Hadzikadunic, Pawel Cibicki and Anders Christiansen of Malmo FF celebrates after there team´s victory during the Allsvenskan match between Djurgardens IF and Malmo FF at Tele2 Arena...

Leeds United attacker Pawel Cibicki is one of an unwanted group of players at the club who seem destined never to play for the club again.

The problem for Leeds is they have not been able to sell him, and Cibicki is off to a slow start at his latest club in Holland.

 

Leeds loaned Cibicki out to Eredivisie side ADO Den Haag.

The club are currently struggling, sitting in 15th place of 18 teams.

It's tough to put any blame on Cibicki for this. He has played just 56 minutes all season.

He was not even on the bench at the weekend as Den Haag lost 1-0 at home to Europa League side AZ Alkmaar.

Cibicki is under contract at Leeds until 2021.

Pawel Cibicki of Malmo FF in action during the Swedish Allsvenskan League match between Malmo FF and Atvidaberg FF at the Swedbank Stadion on July 12, 0214 in Malmo,Sweden.

The Whites ideally would want to sell Cibicki next summer, or sooner.

For this to happen, he needs to do more and make himself a more tempting asset to teams.

The 25-year-old arrived at Leeds with high hopes, but played only 10 times for the club, with none coming under current boss Marcelo Bielsa.

He is there for the whole season, and with Den Haag in bad form, they will need to turn to him at some stage. Cibicki needs to make the most of his opportunity when it comes.

Johann Gudmundsson of Burnley and Pawel Cibicki of Leeds United during the Carabao Cup Third Round match between Burnley and Leeds United at Turf Moor on September 19, 2017 in Burnley,...

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