With the Polish transfer window deadline around the corner, the future of Kamil Grosicki at West Bromwich Albion remains a big topic of conversation in his home country.
There have been numerous rumours sending the winger back to the Ekstraklasa, with two clubs named in particular.
The first was Legia Warsaw, who are one of the biggest teams in the country, and while an agreement was said to have been found between club and player on wages, they were unable to find the money to pay them.
Then came Pogón Szczecin, who so happen to be the West Brom player’s childhood club, whose owner recently admitted having had a chat with Grosicki, but quickly realised he couldn’t afford him.
That’s left the player with very few choices this late into the season to find himself a club to feature regularly with ahead of this summer’s Euros, and Interia Sport now believe he’s trying to free himself from his Hawthorns deal.
The website write on Tuesday that, according to their findings, ‘the efforts of the Grosicki camp are currently focused on terminating the contract with the English club’.
They add that if he succeeds, ‘the player could receive part of his high salary and at the same time, he would buy himself time to find a new team’.
But while this could also benefit clubs, it would also benefit the winger, as free agency means ‘he will be able to expect a high bonus from the new club for signing the contract’ and ‘would not have to ask for permission to transfer from the West Brom bosses’.
A return to Poland, for financial reasons, now seems unlikely, but we’re pretty sure Grosicki wouldn’t go through all this hassle if he didn’t have an option already lined up.