Kamil Grosicki’s indecision is what caused the delay that has put his loan move from Nottingham Forest to West Bromwich Albion in jeopardy, according to The Athletic’s Paul Taylor.
The 32-year-old’s move is up in the air after the paperwork was submitted at the last minute on Friday, with EFL clubs having until 5pm to get their transfer business done.
Taylor has revealed that Grosicki’s indecision is what caused the delay that has put the transfer in jeopardy, with a decision expected early next week.
It is understood that the Poland international, who has turned the Reds down twice previously, has been playing hard to get for a while and that it was the time it took for him to make a decision that meant the paperwork was submitted at the last minute rather than a delay on the club’s behalf.
Grosicki joined the Baggies from Hull City last January but his only appearance for Albion this term has come in the Carabao Cup, hinting that he’s not likely to get too many opportunities if he remains at the Hawthorns.
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This will likely be a frustrating one for Forest fans with Grosicki’s potential move hanging in the balance.
The 32-year-old is a proven player at Championship level – scoring 26 goals and adding 25 assists in the division – and he would be a great addition for the Reds.
The fact they may be set to miss out on signing the winger due to his indecision is far from ideal and not a good way to, potentially, start his Forest career.