Hull City winger Kamil Grosicki has told the Polish media he’s suffered financially since the club were relegated to the Championship.
The Tigers dropped down to the English second tier during the 2016/17 season, just six months after the Poland international arrived from French side Rennes.
Speaking to Sport.pl, the Hull City star was asked about the impact relegation has had on him personally: “It’s true that I came for a lot of money, but after dropping into the Championship, my earnings fell by 40 percent. I earn the most by English reports, but am I happy about it? Not really, because after the relegation I lost a lot of money.”
Grosicki looked to be leaving Hull City in the last transfer window, and at one stage Turkish side Bursaspor was on the cards. The Pole even confirmed he’d flown to Turkey to complete his move to the Super Lig side.
However, due to Sporting’s last minute interest in Grosicki, the player decided against moving to Turkey, but the Lisbon club couldn’t get an agreement with Hull City.
The attacker has been sparsely used by Nigel Adkins this season, playing just over 190 minutes of football.