I apologize if I came off as a bit over the top in my last post. Appreciate you lots' efforts.
For Klich, the main thing wrong is that all his best roles are as a playmaker, whereas in real life, he's all about off the ball movement. He doesn't take on a high volume of passes, doesn't really construct or manage play either. He's all about moving, opening spaces, quick combinations, sideline-to-sideline, box to box. He's been pretty great all season, but since about mid-January he's been incredible. He's the Leeds player this season with the most pre-assists, which is mostly down to his 1-2 touch combinations. Worth noting that he was generally well regarded in Holland too, at a higher level.
As for Alioski, he only spent the last year of his time playing as a winger at Lugano.Was a fullback for years before that, and when he plays as a LW, he looks like a LB trying to play as a winger. He's a poor dribbler, poor in 1v1s especially, but he's a phenomenal athlete. His idols (in his own words) are Roberto Carlos and Marcelo, which is reflective of his primary position.
Bogusz turned down offers (according to Phil Hay of the Yorkshire Evening Post, the main Leeds journalist) from Brighton and Napoli. Big reputation. Not a big deal about his ranking though.
^^^ Obviously a good deal of this is my own observations and I don't expect them to be taken as gospel. All the best.