Sabiri eyed by Polish side Wisła Płock
Polish top-flight outfit Wisła Płock are reportedly closing in on a deal to sign Huddersfield Town midfield starlet Abdelhamid Sabiri.
The Polish transfer window remains open until 11pm on February 28 and reports in the country are claiming that they are working hard to tie up a loan deal for the 22-year-old, which would see him move to Plock until the end of the season.
Sabiri moved to Town from German outfit FC Nurnberg in 2017 but has struggled for first-team football at the John Smith's Stadium.
He has played just 50 minutes of Premier League action and got half of the Terriers' Carabao Cup tie against Stoke City earlier in the season.
Sabiri is currently recovering from a broken collarbone but is expected to be fit soon and could be on his way to play in the Polish Ekstraklasa.
It is not known if the move will involve a permanent deal as Sabiri is contracted to Huddersfield until summer 2020.
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