Grzegorz Krychowiak looks to be closing in on a West Brom exit.
Moving to the Baggies on loan in the summer from PSG, the switch was supposed to get the midfielder’s career back on track but things haven’t gone as well as hoped for.
PSG would like to find a permanent buyer for the Polish international and the less likely it looks he’ll be staying at West Brom, the more likely a January exit seems.
That would enable PSG to loan Krychowiak to a club where he could impress more, and have a view to a sale in the summer.
AS report Getafe have initiated negotiations with PSG over a loan, and the Spanish newspaper says things are ‘on track’ for a move to happen. The player himself is said to be keen on a return to La Liga, where he was able to impress so much for Sevilla.
Of course, West Brom will have a say in this, but if Krychowiak wants to leave then a parting of the ways seems to make sense for all involved.