Nottingham Forest boss Chris Hughton has admitted that he remains unaware on the situation regarding West Bromwich Albion winger Kamil Grosicki.
Forest are looking to wrap up a deal for Grosicki, after attempting to sign the West Brom winger on transfer deadline day.
Forest managed to bring in Anthony Knockaert on loan from Fulham, but struggled to get over a deal for Grosicki over the line.
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The paperwork is believed to have been submitted 21 seconds after the 5pm deadline on Friday, with the EFL continuing to investigate the situation and decide if Grosicki should be allowed to join Forest.
Speaking after his side’s 1-1 draw at home to Rotherham United on Tuesday night, Hughton admitted that he remains unaware on the situation regarding the EFL and Grosicki.
Hughton, though, remains hopeful of hearing “good news” regarding the winger. Via Nottinghamshire Live, he said: “No, I’m not aware.
“I’m not quite sure how long we’ll have to wait, but certainly we hope it will be good news.”
Grosicki hasn’t been named in West Bromwich Albion’s 25-man Premier League squad under Slaven Bilic, leaving his future at the Hawthorns up in the air.
It would be a blow if Forest were to miss out on Grosicki.
They already have plenty of quality attacking options going forward, particularly out wide, through Alex Mighten, Joe Lolley, Sammy Ameobi and Knockaert.
But Grosicki is a quality player who has stood out at Championship level before, and it would be a tough pill to swallow if Forest have missed out on him by seconds.