While not a regular starter for Hull City last season, Kamil Grosicki still played a vital part in the Championship side avoiding relegation to League One.
Hovering between 17th-20h for most of the campaign, The Tigers eventually ended up safe in 18th with 49 points after Nigel Adkins took over from Leonid Slutski in December.
During that time, Grosicki, who is currently with the Poland national team in Russia, scored nine goals and six assists in 38 league appearances.
These stats appear to have caught the eye of a top-tier club in Italy, as Gazzetta dello Sport report that Genoa in Serie A are taking an interest.
The versatile winger is one of the names the Italian side are looking at to add some width to their play, but he’s not their favourite.
That man is Nemanja Radonjic, a 22-year-old winger currently plying his trade in Serbia with Red Star Belgrade.
Grosicki started his country’s first game in Russia against Senegal, picking up an assist in their 2-1 loss to Sadio Mané’s side.