Winger Kamil Grosicki is set to remain a Hull City player for a little while longer after turning down a move to Bundesliga outfit Freiburg, reports Polish news outlet Przeglad Sportowy.
The 29-year-old only moved to the North East club back in January of this year after a short stint at Rennes, but was unable to inspire the Tigers to Premier League safety last term.
It wasn’t through a lack of trying though, as the Poland international laid on five assists in 15 league appearances for Marco Silva’s side to give them a chance, with four of those coming in key victories over West Ham, Middlesbrough, and Watford.
Nonetheless, their relegation to the Championship has cast doubts over Grosicki’s future at the KCOM Stadium, yet recent reports suggest that he has turned down a move to German top-flight side Freiburg.
They finished seventh in the Bundesliga last term to earn them a spot in the third qualifying round of the Europa League, and the opportunity to play European football may be too good a chance to turn down for many players.
Yet Hull’s Grosicki has turned that chance down, and is reportedly holding out for a move to the Premier League with Crystal Palace, Newcastle United, and Watford reportedly interested in the 29-year-old.
Ultimately, even though he has rejected Freiburg, it does appear that his very short time at Hull will be coming to an end this summer.
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