Selling players for multi-million pound transfer fees is something that is too easy to accept in the Championship as money rises in the game, and clubs are scouting the lower divisions more.
Hull City have a number of players who could interest top-flight outfits; including Harry Maguire and Andrew Robertson, but it’s not them who is attracting all the interest so far in the summer transfer window.
It is Polish attacker Kamil Grosicki, whom is rumoured with being the centre of attention for the likes of West Ham and Newcastle United, although despite the huge bids coming their way, the Tigers need to keep hold of their key asset.
Aiming for promotion is seemingly the ambition for half of the Championship clubs, however, it is only realistic for a handful and Hull are one of them if Grosicki can remain at the KCOM Stadium.
The 28 year-old arrived in Yorkshire back in January to help with their bid of survival in the Premier League, which didn’t work out, but he did provide five assists in a measly fifteen outings for Marco Silva’s side.
The amount of money being talked about that would take him away from Hull City is all too tempting but they can comfortably gain an instant return to the top division, and that is worth an absolute tonne compared to Kamil Grosicki’s rumoured value.
In my opinion, the right-winger is the difference between second-tier mediocracy and pushing up the table.
Hull City supporters, is Kamil Grosicki your most prized possession? How much do you value him? Could he earn you promotion next season? Let us hear your thoughts in the comment section below!