Nottingham Forest target Kamil Grosicki can leave Hull City for £4 million this summer, according to the Hull Daily Mail.
Middlesbrough are also thought to be interested in the winger’s services.
New Reds boss Sabri Lamouchi has been busy strengthening his squad since his arrival.
He has added Tiago Silva, Aro Muric, Alfa Semedo, Albert Adomah and Yuri Ribeiro to his ranks; with Sammy Ameobi arriving under Martin O’Neill’s spell.
The 31-year-old operates on either flank and last season he netted nine goals and registered 12 assists for the Tigers.
Given that Forest have now added Adomah to their squad it remains to be seen whether they would still be interested.
Hull boss Grant McCann looks like being forced into selling one of Grosicki and Jarrod Bowen this summer. The funds raised would be ideal for his own recruitment drive.
The Poland international signed for Hull in 2017 for an undisclosed fee from Lamouchi’s former club Rennes.
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Grosicki showed last season that he is a very capable player at Championship level.
Forest have already signed one 31-year-old winger in the shape of Adomah, however, so do they really need to part with £4 million for another?
Should the Reds press ahead and land Grosicki, it would be extremely worrying for Matty Cash.
He already has his work cut out competing with Adomah for a spot on the right flank. Grosicki’s arrival would make his challenge even sterner.
It’s hard to imagine too many Forest fans complaining if Grosicki does pop up at the City Ground.
If £4 million is to be spent on one player, however, there are other areas of the squad that could do with strengthening instead.