The agent of Kamil Grosicki has ruled out a return to Poland after this season for the West Bromwich Albion winger.
The 32-year-old’s current deal runs down on June 30th and he’s expected to leave the Baggies as a free agent.
He came close to joining Nottingham Forest last summer, but the deal collapsed due to a delay in filing the paperwork related to the transfer.
The Poland international had an opportunity to leave Sam Allardyce’s side in the winter market and had attracted interest from Polish clubs in February. A move away from the Premier League didn’t materialise.
Daniel Kaniewski, the representative of the former Hull City man, was interviewed by WP Sportowe Fakty, and hinted his client will leave West Brom in the next window.
“It’s too early for Kamil to return to Poland. He is a player who plays at a high level and the Polish league is not in his head yet. Kamil will play abroad and think about further development,” Meczyki quoted Kaniewski as saying.
Grosicki has been restricted to five appearances at West Brom this season and hasn’t featured for the Baggies since January.
Kaniewski thanked Poland manager Paulo Sousa for including the player in his squad for March’s international break.
“He feels good, he is healthy, that is the most important thing. He is in training day in and day out. He felt very well in the classes with Paulo Sousa. He also trained earlier in front of the team. In my opinion, Kamil will definitely not come back to Poland,” the agent explained.