Kamil Grosicki is a name that could very quickly go off the radar to Nottingham Forest.

The Poland international is strongly considering a move to Legia Warsaw, according to Polish news outlet Niezalezna.

Grosicki has been linked to Forest during the last two transfer windows.

Last January he chose West Brom instead and in the summer he was set to sign for the Reds but the relevant paperwork was submitted too late.

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Sam Allardyce’s arrival at The Hawthorns has done nothing to bump him up the pecking order and a move looks on the cards.

It was anticipated that Forest would be keen again, but a return to his homeland could prove attractive.

Grosicki will have aspirations of going to the European Championships in the summer.

If he is to maintain his place in the international squad he will need to be playing football during the second half of the season.

The 32-year-old is a proven performer at Championship level.

He excelled at Hull before signing for the Baggies and last season scored nine goals and claimed seven assists.

 

He has featured just twice during 2020/21 and will seek first-team football now the transfer window is open.

Grosicki earns £25,000-a-week in the West Midlands and it remains to be seen if Forest will rival the Polish outfit.

The report actually claims that Legia are Warsaw would be prepared to offer the winger £37,500-a-week to return to Poland.

Should Forest move on from Grosicki?

In a word, yes.

Whilst he’d be a solid short-term measure, Forest might be better off prioritising someone else during this month.

Having submitted paperwork during the last transfer window, it seems clear Forest were keen to sign the winger.

That said, we’re now eight days into the January window and nothing seems close as far as the Reds are concerned.

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Grosicki is a solid player but if he is offered close to £40,000-a-week in Poland, that move looks like a no-brainer.

Forest have plenty of players in their squad on sizeable wages and over 30.

As a result, perhaps investing in younger talent is a better option right now.

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