Late on Tuesday, we brought you the news from Poland that West Bromwich Albion forward Kamil Grosicki was still looking for a way out from the club.
The Poland international was said to be, through his agents, ‘currently focused on terminating his contract’ at the Hawthorns, with the hope of doing so to find himself a new club with more ease.
Doing so would also make West Brom pay for a chunk of his wages until the end of his current contract, which expires in June, allowing clubs with lesser finances to join the auction for his services.
That has yet to happen, however, and one thing is also certain: he will not be moving to Legia Warsaw.
The Ekstraklasa club were said to be one of two Polish sides keen on the winger, but financial difficulties in meeting his demands made the move unlikely, but they’ve now made it categorically clear, via Interia Sport, that Grosicki will not be joining them.
That comes thanks to ‘one of the most important people at the club’, who spoke to the website anonymously, and said: “We have already made all the transfers we wanted in this window”.
It’s then stated that ‘for the situation to change, a miracle is needed i.e. a significant reduction in Grosicki’s expectations’ but ‘this is not going to happen’.
So, that’s that for now, and we wait and see if the player manages to free himself from his West Brom contract in the coming hours.