Leeds United have missed out on the race to sign Lech Poznan winger Kamil Jozwiak.
The young Polish star has decided to make a u-turn on his decision to allow his deal to expire and has now signed a new contract that will take him to the summer of 2019.
Leeds were said to be heavily interested in bringing in the winger and had an offer of around £180,000 knocked back as Poznan tried to work out a better deal for the prospect.
The 19-year olds contract was set to expire in the summer and Leeds were the club leading the chase for Jozwiak's signature, but have not been rebuffed for a longer stay in Poland.
The fresh terms are said to include a clause that his deal can be extended for a further 24 months if mutually agreed. However, with the player looking for the exit door on one occasion, it's highly likely that Jozwiak's time at Poznan is still numbered.
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By Ryan Ingham