Nottingham Forest are ‘still keen’ on signing West Brom attacker Kamil Grosicki according to Telegraph reporter John Percy.
It seemed that Grosicki would leave the Hawthorns on last week’s transfer deadline day, first signing for Greek side Olympiakos, before being loaned to Championship side Forest.
But this move never transpired and the Polish international remains a Baggies player, but Percy has tweeted from his personal Twitter account stating that ‘talks’ are ‘ongoing’ between Forest and Albion over a move for the 32-year-old.
#nffc expect to complete the signing of #Fulham winger Anthony Knockaert before Friday's deadline. Loan deal for the season – will be Chris Hughton's first signing as manager. Forest are still keen on #wba winger Kamil Grosicki, talks ongoing
— John Percy (@JPercyTelegraph) October 15, 2020
Grosicki can still be transferred until Friday’s domestic transfer deadline, meaning the two clubs have just over 24 hours to strike a deal.
It is unclear whether the deal would be a loan or a permanent move, but either way it is a good opportunity for the Baggies to get a player off the wage bill who otherwise wouldn’t be contributing to their season.
The Pole has made one appearance for the Baggies this season, playing 55 minutes in the 3-0 Carabao Cup win over Harrogate Town. He has been in fine form his country, however, in five games for Poland this season, the winger has scored four goals, including a hat-trick in a 5-1 win against Finland.
Grosicki only joined the Baggies in January of 2020, moving from the sinking ship that was Hull City, to come and help Albion in their promotion push. He scored one and assisted three goals in his 14 Championship outings in the colours of West Brom as he helped his side clinch promotion to the Premier League.
But it seems time is up for Grosicki already at the Hawthorns as he joins the list of Albion players who could still leave before Friday’s deadline. Charlie Austin and Kenneth Zohore are both expected to move on, though Zohore’s potential move to Sheffield Wednesday is now dead in the water, according to a report.