As we’ve pointed out at Sport Witness over the past few weeks or so, Grzegorz Krychowiak is barely still considered a PSG player.

He’s hardly mentioned in the Parisian press, there’s no talk of him returning and taking a role in Unai Emery’s, or whoever takes over from the manager, squad, and PSG seem to have moved on without the West Brom loan player.

A good example of that comes in Thursday’s edition of L’Equipe. In an article about Julian Draxler being too weak for a central midfield role against good opposition, after the club lost to Bayern Munich, a few options are gone through to bring someone in.

Not once is Krychowiak named, which further underlines the player doesn’t have a PSG future. With the French club wanting someone more combative, then it could be considered they’d at least mention Krychowiak in passing, but he’s very clearly out of sight and out of mind at West Brom.

In fact, pretty much the only time Krychowiak is mentioned in France is when it’s pondered how much PSG can get from West Brom or any other club for a permanent transfer.