Kamil Grosicki’s situation at West Bromwich Albion hasn’t changed after Sam Allardyce replaced Slaven Bilić mid-December.
The winger has been restricted to only 10 minutes of action in the league and reports in England state the the Poland international has received the green light from the Baggies to leave in the ongoing window.
According to the Telegraph, Nottingham Forest and Middlesbrough are believed to be interested in the 32-year-old.
Niezalezna.pl state the wideman will have no guarantees of featuring regularly at any other club in England. Therefore, a return to his country is ‘strongly considered’.
As per the report, Legia Warsaw manager Czesław Michniewicz would like to sign his compatriot.
The Polish website add the transfer will be a ‘perfect solution’ for both parties as the player can have regular opportunities, and at the same time, it can help Legia Warsaw challenge for the title and a place in the next season’s European competitions.
Grosicki has six months left on his West Brom contract and even if we assume the Premier League side will let him leave for free this month, his wages can still be a problem for Legia Warsaw.
They can offer him an annual salary of €400,000-500,000 per year, and can generate funds by offloading some of their players.
Niezalezna.pl are of the belief Legia Warsaw’s transfer business will be miserable if they fail to sign the West Brom attacker in the winter market.