Blackburn Rovers have reportedly had a £2 million offer for winger Kamil Jozwiak turned down by Polish club Lech Poznan.
There are just 10 days left of the January transfer window but the North West side are yet to make any signings so far.
With talismanic playmaker Bradley Dack set for an extended period on the sideline, you’d imagine Tony Mowbray will be keen to bring in some attacking reinforcements before the end of the month.
It appears they have identified Jozwiak as a potential target and have been proactive in trying to bring him to Ewood Park this month.
According to The Sun (22/01, 14:00), Rovers have made a £2 million offer for the 21-year-old but it was rejected by Lech Poznan
The report suggests that having previously turned down loan offers, the Polish club want a fee for the winger.
It is understood that, amidst competition from Derby County, Blackburn are keen to structure a deal that will see Jozwiak join before the end of the month.
The Poland international has made a strong start to the season for Lech Poznan–scoring four goals and providing four assists in 21 appearances for the club.
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Blackburn have had a quiet window so far but it appears the North West club are keen on bringing in Jozwiak before the window slams shut in 10 days’ time.
Having seen their initial offer turned down, it is going to be interesting to see how this one develops and how highly the club rate the player.
With Dack out, they need more support in the final third and Jozwiak looks to be an exciting, young winger that will provide Mowbray with another weapon.
Obviously, there is no guarantee over how well he will settle in the Championship and Blackburn may have to be patient but at 21, he should only improve over the next few years.