Nottingham Forest failed in their attempt to sign West Bromwich Albion’s Kamil Grosicki in the summer because the paperwork related to the transfer was submitted after the window closed in October.

Two months ago, the 32-year-old confirmed there were contacts with the Championship side.

The winger, however, has so failed to get a move away from The Hawthorns. Interia Sport have a report on the Poland international and explain he rejected an opportunity to join Chris Hughton’s side in the winter market.

It’s claimed the former Hull City man had ‘some interesting offers’ in the final days of the last window.

The ‘most serious proposal came from Nottingham Forest’, whose owner has been ‘hunting’ the Baggies player for six months.

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On Monday [deadline day], the Championship side’s owner ‘waited’ for an answer from Grosicki, but a response ‘did not come’ from the player’s side.

The wideman’s contract with the Premier League side runs down at the end of the season. Having played a handful of matches this season, Grosicki is ‘still looking for a new club’ to boost chances of representing his country at the Euro 2020.

Legia Warszawa are interested and the Polish side have 20 days left to close Grosicki’s signing.