The future of West Brom’s Grzegorz Krychowiak is becoming a Europe-wide issue most newspapers are trying to solve.
Over in France, we’ve got Paris Saint-Germain wanting to sell him for around €15m, while Getafe in Spain are interested in saving him from his Baggies’ dilemma.
Now, we’ve potentially got AS Roma joining the mix, as Corriere dello Sport suggest Monchi, the man who brought him from Reims to Sevilla, is considering making a move.
Making it clear this isn’t a priority for the Serie A side, the Italian newspaper state moving to Rome would be a ‘welcome’ solution for the Poland international, and he’d be able to play in the Champions League, since he hasn’t featured in a European competition this season.
However, if a good offer were to arrive for Maxime Gonalons, then Monchi could turn to his former player in order to replace the Frenchman.
First thought, Roma would need Paris Saint-Germain to cancel Krychowiak’s loan with West Brom, and we’re not all that sure that’s part of anyone’s plan right now.
It’s an idea, but it’s one that makes sense.