Kamil Grosicki still remains a West Brom player despite yet another dramatic deadline day.
The Polish international added another one to his career this month, as he missed out on a switch to Nottingham Forest.
All may not be as it seems though, with Meczyki reporting that the Championship side are preparing a legal battle to get the transfer sanctioned after missing the deadline by 21 seconds.
Initial reports suggested the loan move had been completed, and that if Forest earned promotion to the Premier League, a two-year permanent deal would be activated.
Grosicki usually comments on his situation on his personal Twitter account, and he did just that on Sunday – posting a four-word cryptic message to fans.
“It will be fine,” he wrote, followed by a winking emoji.
It will be fine👍😉 pic.twitter.com/nMas7rpo7L
— Kamil Grosicki (@GrosickiKamil) October 18, 2020
Interestingly, Grosicki posted a picture from the international break with Poland, rather than West Brom.
It does make sense given his lack of opportunities this season, and the game against Burnley will give us a bigger club over his future on Monday evening.
Chris Hughton commented on the move after his side’s victory against Blackburn on Saturday, claiming he was still confident.
“What I’ve been made aware of is that the paperwork has gone in,” he said. “They are reviewing it at this moment.”
Grosicki has broken his silence, and we think it is quite telling that he hasn’t put an end to these rumours, as he usually does – we expect movement this week.
In other West Brom news, Callum Robinson likely to feature v Burnley on Monday