Kamil Grosicki is increasingly likely to terminate his contract at West Brom today (Wednesday) in order to help find himself a new club, according to Interia Sport.
At the weekend, Polsat Sport reported that Grosicki, 32, is getting closer to agreement with Legia Warsaw after dropping his wage demands.
However, the Polish transfer window closes this evening, leaving Grosicki little time to complete a move to Legia.
Interia Sport reports Grosicki is earning £40,000-a-week on his deal at The Hawthorns, which expires at the end of the season. The former Hull winger’s representatives are now reportedly seeking to terminate that contract early but are also hoping to get a pay-out worth two or three months of that wage.
Grosicki’s final hours at West Brom?
Grosicki’s been out of the picture at The Hawthorns almost all season with the Poland winger earning just five appearances in all competitions.
He was handed three outings by Sam Allardyce last month and he played quite well against Blackpool, Wolves and West Ham.
However, West Brom News understands Grosicki was handed those appearances simply to drum up interest as he’s deemed surplus to requirements at The Hawthorns.
Grosicki will have his sights set on playing for Poland at the European Championships this summer but he’s very unlikely to be able to do that when he’s not even making the West Brom bench.
He simply has to leave if he wants to play at the Euros and with the Polish transfer window closing on Wednesday, he has to leave soon.
Legia Warsaw seems the most likely destination for Grosicki right now after he reportedly dropped his wage demands but the Polish giants have signed other players in recent weeks which could make it tough for Turbo to impress.
We’ll see what happens but it does seem as though things are evolving very fast in terms of Grosicki’s future as a Baggies player.
In other West Brom news, Allardyce has hinted this player could struggle to return to this starting line-up.