Leeds United are worried that Mateusz Klich will leave the club next summer, according to Football Insider.
It has been reported that Leeds have opened talks with the midfielder over a new contract.
The Poland international is out of contract at the Championship club at the end of the season, and it has been reported that the Whites want him to remain at Elland Road beyond next summer.
According to Football Insider, Leeds are aware of interest in Klich from clubs in the Premier League and are worried that he may not sign a new deal in order to move there.
The report has claimed of interest in the 29-year-old midfielder from Premier League outfit Burnley.
Stay or leave?
Klich has been very good for Leeds since he returned from a loan spell at FC Utrecht and has established himself as an important player in head coach Marcelo Bielsa’s team.
It would make sense for Leeds to hand the midfielder a new contract, and they simply should not sell him in the middle of the season even if he does not sign it.