Kamil Grosicki has failed to enjoy regular playing time at West Bromwich Albion this season.

The 32-year-old has been restricted to only five appearances in all competitions, out of which three came in January.

Earlier reports indicated the winger would leave the Baggies in the recently concluded window, but that didn’t happen.

On February 4th, we carried a report from Interia Sport, who explained the former Hull City man ‘rejected’ approaches from Nottingham Forest, Fatih Karagümrük, Alanyaspor, Trabzonspor and Schalke in the winter market.

Apart from the aforementioned clubs, Hatayspor were also interested in the Poland international. The Turkish side’s interest in Sam Allardyce’s man has been confirmed by former Derby Country defender Tomasz Hajto during Prawda Futbolu.

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“The coach of Hatayspor called me. A few days ago, he asked me what Kamil was doing. He is in love with him. The club did not meet Kamil’s financial requirements. They are placed seventh in the table,” Hajto explained, as relayed by

“This trainer is incredibly fascinated. Until the end he asked about Kamil. I gave him the number, told him to call him.”

Grosicki’s compatriot also revealed he was approached by Fatih Karagümrük to find out about the West Brom player’s availability.

“Fatih Karagümrük also called me about Kamil. I gave them his number. ‘Grosik’ is highly respected in Turkey. He has an amazing reputation there, I was surprised. The president called me and I know that he talked to Kamil,” he added.

Interia Sport explained on Thursday that Legia Warsaw are interested in bringing their former player back to the club this month. Legia Warsaw can carry out this operation because the transfer window in Poland is open until February 24th.

“Legia is definitely higher than this Turkish club when it comes to brand in Europe. These are tough decisions now,” Hajto stressed.

“You have to take one thing into account. If you want to go to the Euros, you come back to Legia. But it will be hard to leave later. This is his last contract.

“Hatayspor was able to pay about €70,000 per month. Nowadays, this is unrealistic money for Polish clubs.

“It’s his decision. I know one thing – this is his last contract. Returning to Poland means that he will stay here.”

Grosicki’s current deal at West Brom will run down at the end of the season.