Leeds United confirm Mateusz Klich exit pending MLS offer

Leeds United have confirmed that midfielder Mateusz Klich will leave the club, pending an offer from Major League Soccer.

The 32-year-old made his final appearance for the Whites as a substitute in the 2-2 Premier League draw at home against West Ham United on Wednesday night.

Klich was given a guard of honour on the Elland Road pitch after the game by his teammates, who wore t-shirt with the midfielder's face on the front and his name and number on the back.

The Poland international was visibly upset as he walked off the pitch, with his five-year spell at the club coming to an end.

Klich is now set to make the switch to the MLS, with The Athletic reporting that DC United have won the race for his signature.

A statement from Leeds' official website read: "Leeds United can today announce Mateusz Klich will leave the club, pending an offer from Major League Soccer.

"Now 32, Klich has found playing time limited this season, with all 13 of his appearances coming from the bench. He now departs Leeds with the best wishes of the club, with a move the MLS set to follow.