West Brom have agreed a deal for the exit of Kamil Grosicki to Nottingham Forest, according to Joe Chapman.
The Birmingham Live journalist has reported on his personal Twitter account that the Polish international is set to join the Championship side.
Understand Albion and Forest have agreed a deal for Grosicki. All down to personal terms now. #wba
— Joe Chapman (@ChapmanJ92) October 16, 2020
Chapman has reported that Forest now have to agree personal terms with Grosicki, who shined on international duty this week.
Grosicki was reportedly close to an exit during the first deadline day, with claims he was set to join Olympiakos.
The 32-year-old was then said to be loaned to the City Ground, although the player himself put an end to those rumours on social media.
Even the agent of Grosicki spoke out to reveal that his client will likely remain at the Hawthorns to fight for his spot at the Hawthorns.
That appears to have changed, and it is likely that the experienced winger will be out of the exit door before 5 pm on Friday.
Grosicki was on fire this week on international duty, and many believed he had staked a claim to start against Burnley in the Premier League.
Instead, it appears that Slaven Bilic hasn’t seen enough from the winger, who will likely be featuring in the Championship after agreeing terms.
The experienced player hasn’t been involved at all in any matchday squads in the Premier League and it appears that the Baggies want to bring in some money to cover the big fee spent on Karlan Grant.
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