Nottingham Forest have agreed a deal with West Brom for winger Kamil Grosicki, as per Birmingham Live journalist Joe Chapman.
The deal is relying on personal terms being agreed between Grosicki and the Reds, but it’s now looking firmly on the cards as the 5pm transfer deadline creeps closer.
The 32-year-old Polish international has hardly featured for Slaven Bilic’s side in the Premier League this term, and is now set to be offloaded on a temporary basis to garner some first-team action.
Chris Hughton’s side are also on the cusp of sealing a deal for another Premier League winger, with a deal for Fulham’s Anthony Knockaert edging closer to completion.
Grosicki, who can operate on either flank, enjoyed a fruitful season in the Championship last season, scoring seven goals and recording eight assists in stints at both Hull City and the Baggies.
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This is a cracking signing in my eyes.
Forest needed to add more quality and depth in the wide areas and in Grosicki they’ve got a player who is proven in the second tier.
The polish winger is adept at creating and scoring goals and will add a real threat to Forest’s wide options.
With Knockaert set to join the club as well, they have suddenly gone from a squad with relatively few options to now having some of the best wingers in the second tier.
Sammy Ameobi and Joe Lolley are certainly going to have a fight on their hands to get in the starting XI with these two arriving.