There were expectations for Kamil Grosicki to leave West Bromwich Albion in the winter market after failing to get a move to Nottingham Forest last summer.
However, the Poland intrenational is still at The Hawthorns, having reportedly rejected approaches from Nottingham Forest, and from clubs in Germany and Turkey, in the last window.
The transfer window in Poland closes on February 24th, which is why the winger is now linked with a return to his homeland.
Legia Warsaw are believed to be keen on signing the 32-year-old this month, but his financial demands are posing a problem for them.
Meczyki reported on Monday that another Polish side, Pogoń Szczecin, are ‘determined’ to sign their former player and more developments could be expected this week.
The wideman’s West Brom contract runs down at the end of the season and his agent, Daniel Kaniewski, has now revealed his client has not received any offers so far.
“Kamil has no offer. Neither from Pogoń, nor from the top league, nor from another club,” Kaniewski told Sport.pl.
“I repeat: nothing is happening at the moment. Kamil has no offer. Today he is a West Bromwich Albion player with whom he has a few more months of an important contract.”
West Brom sacked Slaven Bilić in December and appointed Sam Allardyce as his successor. Grosicki has failed to convince both managers and has been restricted to only three Premier League appearances this season.
The attacker will need more playing time in the next few months to improve his chances of playing a big role at Euro 2020.