Nottingham Forest are back in for West Bromwich Albion winger Kamil Grosicki, according to Polish outlet Meczyki.
The Reds have been interested on two previous occasions, with the latest attempt to sign him coming when he opted to join the Baggies instead in January.
Grosicki signed for the West Midlanders for a fee in the region of £800,000, agreeing on a deal for 18 months.
The 32-year-old has made just one outing against Harrogate Town in the League Cup this season, failing to make the squad for the last two Premier League games.
With that in mind, Slaven Bilic could be willing to let him leave and that has alerted Forest.
Grosicki has been nursing an injury problem, although it doesn’t appear as though he will be in Bilic’s plans for the 2020/21 campaign.
The report from Poland claims that Forest would love to see him at the City Ground and will monitor his situation.
Grosicki enjoyed a decent campaign during 2019/20, starting it with Hull and finishing it by helping the Baggies back into the Premier League.
He scored nine goals and registered seven assists during the campaign, featuring largely on the left flank.
Forest are on the lookout for another winger to complete their squad this season.
Joe Lolley and Sammy Ameobi are the two main wingers in Sabri Lamouchi’s ranks but competition would be ideal.
Grosicki would provide Forest with a proven option on the flanks and would certainly represent a decent addition.
The man with 75 Poland caps might only represent a short-term option but he could become a pretty shrewd one id added to the ranks.