West Bromwich Albion have a good chance of signing Grzegorz Krychowiak on a permanent transfer, from a PSG perspective anyway.
The French club are already looking at options to add to their midfield next summer, and the chance of Krychowiak returning from his West Brom loan is hardly ever even mentioned.
This week has seen Chelsea star N’Golo Kante linked with a summer move to PSG, in a move which, if it was successful, could be worth around €100m.
Le10 Sport have listed several potential midfielders needed next summer since the exits of Blaise Matuidi and Krychowiak.
And Krychowiak is mentioned like he’s never returning, with a permanent transfer away from PSG looking increasingly nailed on. If not that, then another loan is probably likelier than the Polish midfielder actually returning to the PSG squad.
This all gives Tony Pulis and West Brom reasonable hope of keeping Krychowiak, as long as the player himself is up for that scenario.
The Baggies would also have to part with a reasonable transfer fee.