Blackburn Rovers and Derby County set to miss out on Polish winger

Date published: Tuesday 28th January 2020 12:22

Blackburn and Derby are set to miss out on Polish winger Kamil Jozwiak, with the player set to stay at Lech Poznan, according to sport.pl.

The report states that Lech Poznan manager Dariusz Zuraw revealed that the player had turned down offers from other clubs.

The young winger has been a standout player for Poznan this season, scoring four goals and assisting two others so far this season.

Both Championship clubs have been credited with interest in the 21-year-old, with the rivals looking to strengthen their squads before the window closes.

According to The Sun, Blackburn have reportedly had a £2million bid turned down by the Polish side, with the club valuing the player at €3million.

Leeds were reportedly interested in signing the player in 2017, but saw a bid rejected.

It is also believed that the player would prefer to stay in Poland where he is guaranteed first team football in order to boost his chances of playing in Euro2020 with Poland.

It’s looking more and more likely that both teams will have to look elsewhere if they are to bring in attacking reinforcements this window.

In other Rovers news, midfielder Richie Smallwood looks set to leave Ewood Park this January, with a number of clubs interested in signing the midfielder.

 

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