Despite the transfer window being over in the United Kingdom, there are still a few countries where clubs can bring in some reinforcements.

They’ll mostly be met with resistance, since most can’t replace outgoing players, but one Premier League team who could be accommodating are West Bromwich Albion when it comes to Kamil Grosicki.

Pushed to one side by Slaven Bilic following promotion to England’s top-tier, the Poland international hasn’t fared any better under Sam Allardyce.

The winger has only appeared five times in all competitions this season, and a transfer away from the Hawthorns seems likely, but it won’t be to just anywhere.

A report emerged on Thursday claiming the 32-year-old had rejected offers from Turkey, Germany and Nottingham Forest, and it could be because he’s holding out for a move back to Poland.

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Legia Warsaw are reportedly after his services, and this was somewhat confirmed by their manager Czeslaw Michniewicz on Friday.

Relayed by Sportowefakty, the 50-year-old was asked during a press conference about the likelihood of the West Brom man moving to the club before deadline day.

He said: “He’s certainly a player with extensive experience. He can score a goal, he can assist, he can handle pressure very well. That’s all I can say about him. Will he come to us? Many of the components have to meet at some point for the transfer to be finalised, and not only Grosicki. I’m also talking about generally, in transfers”.

To us, that sounds a lot like some negotiating is going on between the scene, and Michniewicz is hoping everyone finds an agreement, including the West Brom winger.