Kamil Grosicki has spoken out on Twitter as he waits to see if he will finally become a Nottingham Forest player.
It will be fine👍😉 pic.twitter.com/nMas7rpo7L
— Kamil Grosicki (@GrosickiKamil) October 18, 2020
The Reds have chased the experienced winger for some time and it appeared as though they had finally completed the signing of Grosicki when reports claimed the deal was done with West Brom on deadline day to get the Polish international.
However, the papers were not lodged with the FA until very late in the day and boss Chris Hughton stated after the win at Blackburn yesterday that the authorities are reviewing as to whether everything went through on time.
As we wait for the decision to be confirmed, Grosicki teased supporters with a tweet that declared ‘It will be fine’, with an image of him with his thumbs up whilst with the national team.
Quite what that means for the transfer remains to be seen but the 32-year-old clearly isn’t going to let it get him down.
If the move is finalised, Grosicki could be in line to make his debut against Rotherham on Tuesday.
People will be jumping to conclusions over this and it may suggest that Grosicki has already been given word about whether the loan move has gone through.
And, from his comment and the emoji’s with it, the winger will be satisfied with whatever does come out.
Ultimately, we still have to wait to see whether it was sorted and Forest fans will be hoping it was because there’s no denying the Albion man will bring them quality down the flanks.
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