Poland manager Jerzy Brzeczek has claimed that West Brom winger Kamil Grosicki could secure a move elsewhere during the January transfer window.
Grosicki narrowly missed out on a move to Nottingham Forest on the final day of the summer transfer window, after it was eventually ruled that the Championship club failed to submit the required paperwork in time, and the 32-year-old has yet to feature for the Baggies in the Premier League this season.
It was recently reported that Forest could face competition from Championship rivals Middlesbrough for the signing of Grosicki when the transfer window reopens in January, and it seems Brzeczek would not be surprised to see the winger on the move come the turn of the year.
Discussing the future’s of Grosicki and his Poland teammate Arkadiusz Milik, who has recently been linked with a move away from his current club, Napoli, the Poland boss told Italian outlet Il Mattino: “Arek Milik and Kamil Grosicki are very important players of this team, with an incredible quality.
“They are not having an easy time today, but I think they can change teams as early as January.”
Grosicki is currently into the final year of his contract with West Brom, meaning he could leave the club for free this summer, if he has not already done so before that point.
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Like Brzeczek, I would not be surprised if Grosicki was to move elsewhere in the January transfer window.
He isn’t getting the game time you imagine he wants at West Brom right now, so you imagine he will be keen on a move, and it certainly seems as though there would be clubs interested in him.
Indeed, you also feel West Brom ought to be willing to let Grosicki in January, then they can at least receive some sort of a fee for him, rather than lose him for nothing at the end of this season.