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Agent of former Nottingham Forest man delivers clear transfer message ahead of potential summer move

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Nottingham Forest’s former transfer target Kamil Grosicki has no intention of moving back to Poland in the summer, as he weighs up his next club.

The winger, who is currently contracted to West Brom, is set to leave the Baggies in the summer when his deal expires, so he is already thinking about where he will be playing next season.

And, speaking to the Polish media, his agent Daniel Kaniewski was emphatic that the 82-cap international would not be returning to his home country after links to Legia Warsaw.

It’s too early for Kamil to return to Poland. He is a player who plays at a high level and the Polish league is not in his head yet. Kamil will play abroad and think about further development.”

That could spark more speculation that Forest could go back in for Grosicki, after twice missing out on the ex-Hull man in recent transfer windows.

A deal was memorably blocked at the start of the season after the club failed to submit the required paperwork on time.

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The verdict

Forest fans are probably bored about hearing of Grosciki, because despite the constant speculation in recent windows, it’s a transfer they just haven’t managed to pull off.

However, they may have to deal with more talk in the coming weeks and months, because his name is sure to crop up regularly when he will be a free agent, particularly as he doesn’t want to move back to Poland.

Ultimately, any decision will be down to boss Chris Hughton, but if Grosicki can replicate his form from a few years ago in the Championship then he would be a real coup.

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